Holocaust and Related Studies

A program that focuses on genocide in human history with particular reference to Twentieth Century genocides such as that of the Ottoman Armenians during World War I and the Nazi Holocaust during World War II. Programs also focus on topics such as survivor studies and counseling, war crimes research and prevention, reconciliation and compensation, ethical and spiritual issues, holocaust art and literature, and legacy and effect in relation to subsequent generations.

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Kean University

Founded in 1855, Kean University is a public school in northeast New Jersey and the state’s first public post-secondary institution of higher learning. Kean grants undergraduate degrees in over 50 areas of study and graduates the most teachers in the...

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Kean is very cheap for low income students. The campus is very relaxing and gorgeous. It's very convenient.

” – Tumey
Stockton University

With a main campus surrounded by the Pinelands National Reserve, Stockton University is a 4-year public institution in southern New Jersey. Stockton grants bachelor’s and graduate degrees in over 160 academic fields of study. To promote...

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All of the teachers that I have had cared a lot about your learning. They take time to make sure you understand everything and know what is going on in the class.

” – Brittany from Riverside, NJ
Keene State College

Keene State College is a 4-year public liberal arts college in southwest New Hampshire and a member of the University System of New Hampshire. Keene State confers bachelor’s degrees in over 40 academic fields of study. Throughout the school year...

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Everyone says that Keene State is just an easy school that holds a lot of parties, but i don't see it that way. I feel as if I'm a good student, and i am challenged here. I learn new things everyday and have to work to get the grades i want. I also...

” – Danielle from Londonderry, NH
Gratz College
Melrose Park, PA

With a campus in the Philadelphia metro area, Gratz College is the first independent college of Jewish Studies in the United States. Gratz offers bachelor’s degrees in Jewish Studies and Jewish Professional Studies as well as an undergraduate program...