Study Genocide Teach Tolerance
Open to all students and scholars but of particular interest to current and future teachers, historians and political scientists, Seton Hill’s programs in genocide and Holocaust studies provide a fuller understanding of the political, social and religious issues that give rise to acts of genocide, and how the lessons of history inform possible responses to the genocides that exist in the world today.
“As a child of Croatian immigrants, I was exposed to a lot of history and culture that was not exactly tolerant of others... it wasn't until my experience at Yad Vashem and at Seton Hill that I finally found some hope in the idea of teaching tolerance."-John Capin
To Apply to the Certificate Program, You Will Need:
- A completed graduate study application form (Apply online now for free!).
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and official undergraduate transcripts from all institutions attended.
- Official transcript(s) from any institution(s) in which post baccalaureate or graduate course work was completed.
- One letter of recommendation written by appropriate professionals.
- A current resume.
- A letter of intent explaining how the Seton Hill certificate program can help you accomplish your professional goals.