Engage in the Gospel of reconciliation
Refugee studies examines the political and legal status of displaced people and groups through topics such as human rights, political advocacy, ethnic identity, religious and social conflict, migration, and asylum policies. HU’s refugee studies minor is one of few programs like this in the United States, making it the perfect addition to your degree in order to deepen your understanding of humanitarian and societal issues.
Refugee Studies Curriculum
The unique design of HU's refugee studies minor is multidisciplinary, combining courses in political science, development studies, international relations, human geography, peace studies, and sociology to form a wide knowledge base that enhances opportunities for students who have an interest in shaping the world. To complete this minor, you will complete a set of required courses, along with courses you choose for a total of 18 hours in the minor.
- Development and Sustainability
- Intercultural Communication
- Religions of the World
- The British Empire
- Topics in Missions
- Cambodia: Revolution and Genocide
- Art and Archaeology of Angkor
- Hindu Maharajas and Buddhist Kings
- Child and Adolescent Development