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  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2017-2018

Peace and Conflict Studies Minor


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The peace and conflict studies minor is designed to equip students with knowledge and skills in conflict analysis, prevention, resolution and transformation. The program focuses primarily on conflict at the individual, social group, institutional and community levels. It addresses theory and practices to prevent, reduce and resolve violent conflict, as well as the building up of normative and institutional frameworks for sustainable peace. Students who successfully complete either the community transformation or global justice track of the program will be prepared to engage in the work of peacemaking in a variety of professional and nonprofessional settings, as well as to pursue graduate-level study in the field. Contact Dr. Daniel Johnson, Department of Sociology and Social Work.

Elective Courses (8 credits):


Selected from one of the following tracks:

Note:


See course descriptions under Department of Sociology and Social Work.

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