College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Refugee & Forced Migration Studies > Graduate Program > Refugee & Forced Migration Studies (MS) >
Students will gain both academic and practical skills. In their first year, students will acquire conceptual methodologies and legal frameworks for critical analyses of refugee protection regimes and human rights law. They will also be introduced to health issues in refugee and forced migration studies. In the second year, the two research methods courses, together with the core practicum and internships, will enable students to assess, evaluate and apply theoretical knowledge as practitioners.
|FMS 401/LAW 517||ASYLUM AND REFUGEE LAW AND POLICY||4.5|
|FMS 402||PRO-SEMINAR IN THE HISTORY OF FORCED MIGRATION||4|
|FMS 403||INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS AND POLICY||4|
|FMS 404||INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT MANAGEMENT||4|
|FMS 405/MPH 553||PUBLIC HEALTH AND FORCED MIGRATION||4|
|FMS 450||INTERNSHIP I (Practicum)||4|
|FMS 413/MPS 611||MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL NGOs||4|
|FMS 490||INTERNSHIP II (Practicum)||4|
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