The certificate in Refugee Studies draws on a variety of disciplines and methodologies, including economics, law, political science, and social history. It includes field work and a seminar on the movement of people. To complete the program, you must pass a two-hour oral final examination.
27credit hours (9 courses)
27 required credit hours - These must all be taken at Webster University.
- ANSO 2000 Issues in Contemporary Society: Socio-cultural Factors behind Migration and Refugee Movements 3 hrs
- HIST 2130 Refugee and Migration Movements 3 hrs
- INTL 2030 International Law 3 hrs
- INTL 3030 Advanced Studies in International Law: Intl. Refugee Law 3 hrs
- INTL 2610 Advocacy, NGOs, & Civil Society 3 hrs
- INTL 4280 International Economics: Migration and Refugees 3 hrs
- INTL 3400 Comparative Politics: Migration and Refugee Movements 3 hrs
- INTL 2700 Methods of Political Inquiry: National and Trans-national Issues in Migration and Refugee Movements 3 hrs
- INTL 4600 International Relations Seminar: Migration and Refugee Movements 3 hrs
Field experience and Refugee Studies Program (RSP) Seminar.