Graduate Study in the United States
Boston College/ Center for Human Rights and International Justice: Graduate certificate program.
Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs: Master’s in international affairs, human rights and humanitarian concentration, 2 years.
Columbia University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: Liberal studies M.A. in human rights studies (full or part-time; non-pre-professional), 2 years.
Denver University, Graduate School of International Studies: MA in international human rights, 2 years.
School of International Training (Vermont): M.A. in conflict transformation, 1 year.
Tufts University, Fletcher School: Master of arts in law and diplomacy, human security concentration, 2 years; master of arts for mid-career professions, 1 year.
University of Connecticut-Storrs/ Human Rights Institute: Graduate Certificate in Human Rights.
University of Massachusetts-Amherst: M.A. in social justice education, 2 years.
University of Minnesota: Graduate minor in Human Rights.
Graduate Study in Europe
Central European University: M.A. in human rights, Hungary, 1 year.
City University London: M.A. in human rights, 1 year.
European Master’s Degree in Human Rights and Democratisation, multiple countries, 1 year.
Joint European Master’s Degree in International Humanitarian Action, multiple countries, 16 months.
London School of Economics: MSc in human rights, 1 year.
University College Dublin: MSc in human rights, 1 year.
University College London: M.A. in human rights, 1 year.
University of Essex/ Human Rights Centre: M.A. in the theory and practice of human rights, 1 year.
University of Glasgow: MSc in human rights and international politics, 1 year.
University of London/ Institute of Commonwealth Studies: M.A. in understanding and securing human rights, 1 year.
University of Oslo: M.A. in the theory and practice of human rights, Norway, 2 years.
Utrecht University: M.A. in conflict studies and human rights, Netherlands, 1 year.