Advance human rights 
through policy and advocacy.

Advance human rights
through policy and advocacy.


The Master of Public Policy: Human Rights Advocacy concentration is a 36 credit hour program. Successful completion of this program includes the courses listed below.

Core Courses:

  • Theories of Public Policy and Administration
  • Political Economy and Economic Analysis in Public Policy Development
  • Ethics in Public Service
  • Collaborative Policy Making and Civic Engagement
  • Social/Urban Policy and Development
  • Research Methods I: Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods
  • Research Methods II: Qualitative Research Methods & Community Consultation
  • Business and Government Policy
  • Capstone/Fieldwork Experience in Public Policy

Human Rights Advocacy Concentration Courses:

  • Human Rights Policies and Outcomes
  • Human Right to Health
  • Topics in Urban Policy: Contemporary Human Rights Issues

Find course descriptions and more information in the Adler University Course Catalog at