Master of Arts in
Holocaust & Genocide Studies
at Kean University

An exceptional opportunity to work with graduate faculty as mentors, visiting scholars, and changemakers.

Small, intimate gatherings debating critical questions that matter. Most students complete the program in 18-24 months.

Scholarships and project stipends are available. Tuition rates for an outstanding program located at a state university committed to social justice are notably affordable (

Apply now to Kean University’s Master of Arts in Holocaust and Genocide Studies program, one of four graduate programs in the United States and the one closest to New York City, an international center of human rights activity. For an application form, go to 

Dr. Dennis Klein, Director,

Join our graduates in exciting and growing careers!


Human Rights & Public Policy

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) 
Directors of Holocaust Resource Centers and Human Rights Institutes

Curators at Museums and Other Sites of Conscience 
Government Agencies

Writers and Journalists Covering Human Rights and Social Justice Concerns 
Teachers Meeting State Mandates for Holocaust and Genocide Studies Education

Education Policy 
Consultants in Business and Global Economic Policy