|Core Courses – 6 credits
(H = Holocaust Electives; G = Genocide Electives, GPC = Genocide Prevention Program)
For the master’s degree, a minimum of two Holocaust Electives and two Genocide Electives required
|MAHG/GPC 5000 The History of the Holocaust||MAHG/GPC 5001 The History of Genocide|
|Electives – 27 credits
|MAHG/GPC 5033 Genocide Prevention Research Seminar||MAHG/GPC 5040 Religion & Genocide Prevention (G)|
|MAHG/GPC 5037 Perpetrator Behavior: Implications for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (G)||MAHG/GPC 5046 Genocide Prevention and the Law (G)|
|MAHG/GPC 5038 Early Prevention of Mass Atrocities (G)||MAHG/GPC 5048 National Mechanisms for Genocide Prevention (G)|
|MAHG/GPC 5039 Aftermath: Transitional Justice and Collective Memory in the Wake of Genocide (G)||MAHG 5850 Independent Study|
|Capstone Experience – minimum 3 credits
These courses can be taken in person or online (with approval).
|MAHG 5022 Study Seminar to the Sites||MAHG 5850 Independent Study Capstone Project|
|MAHG 5880 Thesis||MAHG 5900 Internships|
Prospective students are encouraged to attend an Information Session or Open House to learn more about this program. Register for an Information Session or Open House.
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Office of Graduate Studies at 609-626-3640. The director of the MAHG & GPC Programs can be reached at email@example.com.