University of Hacettepe. Centre for Research and Application of the Philosophy of Human Rights, Turquía
Programas de educación
Fecha de inicio del programa
Human Rights M. A. Programme
Formación continuada o
The programme includes a range of classes designed to train human rights instructors and public officers in various aspects of human rights. Required courses include general human rights topics and more specialized ones, such as its anthropological foundations, its relationship to ethics and its epistemological foundations. Elective courses include topics such as the history of the idea of human rights; human rights in Turkey; citizenship; human rights and the law; mechanisms for the protection of human rights; and democracy and human rights.
DH incorporados en el curriculum
The Socratic method.
The staff of the Centre.
Título, diploma o
M.A. Degree (with at least 10 post-graduate courses of at least 30 credit-hours, completion of a non-credit term project, completed reading of required literature and experience gained in applying acquired knowledge in his or her field).
Requisitos de admisión
To apply for admission to the Human Rights M. A. Programme the candidates should possess an undergraduate diploma, and their total average points at the undergraduate level should be above 65% of the highest score.
Implemented by the Hacettepe University Institute for Graduate Studies in Social Sciences and funded by the university and the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
Objectives of the programme: to train human rights instructors, primarily those who will give the courses on human rights and democracy at different levels of pre-university education, and to equip public officers with the necessary knowledge of human rights.
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