In Fall 2013, the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies began accepting students into its Peace and Conflict Studies BA Program.
The Peace and Conflict Studies Program (PACS) takes a dynamic and interdisciplinary approach to the study of peace and the practice of conflict management, resolution, and transformation. Undergraduates in this field of study will gain an understanding of peace science and peace scholarship while actively engaged in their communities proactively transforming conflict.
Most courses are open to major and non-majors. The PACS BA Program is migrating to asynchronous learning. Starting Fall 2016, PCS 305 and 308 will be offered asynchronously. By 2018, the PACS degree completion program will be 100% asynchronous online.
Suggested Course Plan
|PCS 205 Peace & Violence in the Modern World||PCS 212 Introduction to Conflict and Peace Studies|
|PCS 305 Foundations of Peace and Conflict Studies||PCS 315 Conflict Transformation (WI)|
|PCS 308 Working Through Interpersonal Conflicts||PCS 318 Managing Conflicts in Professional Contexts (SI)|
|PCS 309 Culture and Conflict||Elective|
|PCS 311 Conflict Research||PCS 415 Interdisciplinary Practice in a Global Space|
|PCS 416 Practicum in Peace and Conflict Studies I||PCS 420 Senior Seminar in Peace and Conflict Studies|
|Elective||PCS 450 Individual Study|
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Tuition & Fees
For information regarding tuition and fees, please visit the Cashiers Office.
For more information, please contact Jeremy Rinker, Director of Undergraduate Studies, at email@example.com.