Human Rights are predicated upon the belief that every human being deserves to be treated with equal dignity, and that every person has inherent value. But how do we move towards these goals? Human Rights Studies interrogate how we fulfill these ideals, but also how we fail to do so in different times and places. It equips students with the intellectual and practical skills they need to explore, understand, and act-to become protagonists in the equal granting of all human beings the status and the rights associated with their being.
For Ontario high school students a minimum 80% final entrance average is required. Averages are calculated on the top six 4U or 4M credits including English 4U.
College transfer students are required to have a minimum cumulative average of "B" or better in an acceptable one-year certificate (General Arts and Sciences, Pre-Health Science, Human Services Foundation) or completed diploma. College transfer students may earn up to a maximum of five transfer credits. Individual courses must have a minimum achievement of 60% to be considered for transfer credit.
King’s projects a minimum 65% for admission for students transferring from another Canadian University. A maximum of ten transfer credit may be granted. Individual courses must have a minimum achievement of 60% to be considered for transfer credit.
- Human Rights Studies 1000G - Discovering Human Rights
- Human Rights Studies 2800E - Introduction to Human Rights
- Human Rights Studies 2900F - Rights in Canada
- Human Rights Studies 4900G - Capstone Seminar
The knowledge, skills, and experience that students will acquire in this area of study will benefit students in a wide range of careers. Graduates of the Human Rights Studies program at King's may pursue careers in law, education, government and public service, journalism, law enforcement, business, and academics.
Fee details and schedules are available at http://www.kings.uwo.ca/fee-schedules/