The Human Rights Field Experience (HRTS 4500) is a
3-credit requirement for all undergraduate majors in International Human Rights, as well as for students earning certificates in human rights. Most students choose to fulfill this requirement through an internship or volunteer experience at a human rights-related organization. In special cases, this requirement may be fulfilled through directed research. Students should log at least 100 hours of unpaid work, as well as complete related academic assignments. To learn more, please read the Field Experience handbook.