Human Rights

Across all seven schools, Stanford has a valid portfolio of courses relevant to social entrepreneurship.

Project-based courses: where you can work on your social venture idea.

Lecture-based, skills and framework courses: to develop basic skills necessary to launch and grow an organization, or to help with funding a social venture or supporting social entrepreneurship in other ways.

Lecture-based, field overview courses: to get a broader landscape view of a particular domain or approach to social impact

 

The listed education courses include context-setting courses and social entrepreneurial strategies to address human rights issues around the world.

 

course & name

project-based

skills for social impact

context & process of change

Seminar on Liberation Technologies (POLISCI 337S)

Not Offered This Year

    X

U.S. Human Rights NGOs and International Human Rights (IPS 271A)

Not Offered This Year

    X

Challenging the Status Quo: Social Entrepreneurs Advancing Democracy, Development and Justice (INTNLREL 142 / AFRICAST 142)

Spring

    X

Genocide and Humanitarian Intevention (HISTORY 224C)

Winter

    X

Human Rights and Health (MED 108Q)

Spring

    X

Human Trafficking: Historical, Legal, and Medical Perspectives (SOMGEN 205)

Autumn

    X

Examining Social Structures, Power, and Educational Access (EDUC 102)

Spring

    X

Medical Ethics in a Global World: Examining Race, Difference and Power in the Research Enterprise (ANTHRO 238, CSRE 138) (ANTHRO 138)

Autumn

    X

Introduction to Global Justice (ETHICSOC 136R)

Spring

    X
 

Last updated on September 23, 2014. All courses are subject to change. Check with Stanford Explore Courses for the latest information. Consult with your department for credit and degree information.