Seton Hill’s postbaccalaureate courses are offered online in two formats:
- 15-credit (5 course) certificate.
- 9-credit (3 course) concentration.
This enables students to choose the program that best meets their educational needs. Each program begins with a course entitled Genocide in Comparative Perspective. Participants then have a range of options for additional courses, including: Genocide and Human Rights, Critical Issues in Holocaust Studies, and Teaching Tolerance.
Seton Hill University is uniquely positioned to offer training to faculty and staff in these subject areas. For nearly a decade, Seton Hill has successfully supported middle school and secondary educators in developing both instructional units and courses on these topics. Seton Hill’s courses are interdisciplinary in nature and address not only the Holocaust and other acts of genocide, but contemporary human rights issues as well.