All of our units are offered either face to face or online. Students enrolled in both the graduate certificate and master degrees will be able to undertake their entire study online. This will enable students from across Australia and internationally to participate in the program.
Choose a degree for detailed course information:
For Undergraduate students, see information about the Pre-Masters Human rights Specialisation that is designed for students in their third year of study in an undergraduate course.
Studying a Graduate Certificate or Master of Human Rights prepares students for exciting and meaningful work in a range of sectors and industries, including international organisations, government agencies, non-government organisations (NGOs), and the business sector. In addition to pursuing academic paths, our human rights graduates work in a range of international, government, NGO, and corporate institutions such as:
- Amnesty International
- UN Women
- Human Rights Watch
- Association for Services to Torture and Trauma Survivors (ASeTTS)
- The Australian Red Cross
- Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
- Western Australia Council of Social Service (WACOSS)
- Settlement Services International
- National Disability Service