Kean University's M.A. in Holocaust and Genocide Studies offers an exceptional opportunity to work with graduate faculty as mentors and meet with visiting scholars and change-makers.
Our program is one of only four graduate programs of its kind in the United States, and investigates transitional justice, social policy, anti-Semitism and the sociology of global oppression. Students regularly convene with faculty in small, intimate gatherings, debating critical questions that matter en route to a rewarding career as an interpreter of genocide and its global repercussions.
Join us for an intimate virtual conversation with your Program Coordinator, current students, and the Admissions staff to learn how a Kean degree can help you achieve your career goals.
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