St. Paul's now offers Human Rights

St. Paul’s University College (STP) is the academic home for the interdisciplinary Minor in Human Rights.  The program draws on courses developed and delivered by STP and cross-listed courses from a variety of departments in the Faculty of Arts.

Students enrolled in any degree program may pursue a minor designation in Human Rights.

The Human Rights Minor requires successful completion of a minimum of four academic course units (eight courses) with a minimum cumulative average of 65%.

Required Courses

  • HRTS 101Introduction to Human Rights
  • HRTS 102Human Rights Codes, Commissions, and Policies
  • HRTS 201Human Rights Theory I
  • HRTS 202Human Rights Theory II
  • HRTS 203, The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  • HRTS 301,  Human Rights and the United Nations
  • HRTS 305/INDG 305, Indigenous Rights in Global Context

Elective Cross-Listed Courses