Holocaust and Genocide Education
Masters of Arts or
Certificate of Graduate Study
The MAHGE is the only program, globally, designed to combine deep, interdisciplinary content knowledge about the Holocaust, genocide, and other hard histories with the skills to effectively share that content with others in classrooms, museums, and non-profits/NGOs.
Competitive scholarships are available
Up to 12 credits can be transferred into the program
Remote options available
Classes taught by scholars working at the leading edge of their fields
Internship opportunities at leading Holocaust institutions, nonprofits and NGOs acting for social justice and social change, and with policy experts
Lectures and seminars with Holocaust survivors, international scholars, filmmakers, teachers, and museum professionals
The opportunity to learn the basics of digital humanities, and work in teams to create innovative, creative, and effective digital projects.
For More Information
Questions? Want to learn more? Please contact Dr. Jennifer Rich, Director of the MAHGE and Executive Director of the Rowan Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights.
To apply, please complete this application
The MAHGE and COGS are a part of the Rowan Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights. For more information about the Center, to join our mailing list, or to get involved, please visit the Center website.