Genocide Prevention

The online, gradate-level Genocide Prevention Certificate Program is the first of its kind in the world and is designed for professionals around the world as well as college graduates. The aim of the program is to offer rigorous instruction in the strategies for genocide prevention based on the ethical insights of liberal arts study. Participants take five online courses for a total of 15 credits taught by experts in genocide prevention. Students wishing to complete the master’s program online can do so through the GPC.

Click here or on the image above for more information about the GPC, and here to learn more about the online MA Program.

Did you know the MAHG program was founded in 1998 as the first stand-alone master’s program in Holocaust and Genocide Studies in the USA? Since then, students from around the world have joined our program. Through face-to-face and online courses, the MAHG program offers an in-depth approach to understanding the dynamics of genocide.

Please click here or the image above to read the program’s brochure.

The MAHG program has weekly events which include lecture series, career colloquia, workshops, conferences, exhibitions, study tours, and visits from survivors of the Holocaust and other genocides. To learn more about the career paths of our alumni, please view our testimonial page or view the gallery.

To view the gallery, click here. For our testimonial page, click the image above.