Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Critique the humanitarian system including humanitarian principles, standards, and architecture from an ethical and logistical lens.
- Evaluate the integration and identity challenges of Syrian refugees in Jordan and Switzerland.
- Evaluate the healthcare response available to refugees in Jordan in relation to broadly accepted professional standards.
- Examine ethical, gender-sensitive, resilience-building, and community-based humanitarian interventions.
- Articulate protection and well-being challenges facing refugees and displaced communities.
- Apply field methods for needs assessment and evidence-based protection and psychosocial interventions.
- Synthesize the learning acquired on the program in an Independent Study Project or internship experience paper.
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