Department of Peace and Conflict Studies

School of Health and Human Sciences

 

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 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. There will be a few openings for online attendance; please note, all courses are SYNCHRONOUS as to allow face-to-face interaction between residential and distance learners.

 

Course Plan

Sophomore Year 

Fall

Spring

PCS 205 Peace & Violence in the Modern World

PCS 212 Introduction to Conflict and Peace Studies

  Junior Year

Fall

Spring

PCS 305 Foundations of Peace and Conflict Studies

PCS 312 Conflict Systems & Analysis (WI)

PCS 308 Working Through Interpersonal Conflicts

PCS 315 Conflict Transformation

PCS 309 Culture and Conflict

PCS 318 Managing Conflicts in Professional Contexts (SI)

Senior Year

Fall

Spring

PCS 405 Localizing Peace

PCS 415 Interdisciplinary Practice in a Global Space

PCS 409 Conflict Research

PCS 420 Senior Seminar in Peace and Conflict Studies

PCS 416 Practicum in Peace and Conflict Studies I

PCS 417 Practicum in Peace and Conflict Studies II

 

International Students

For more information about international programs, please click here

Important Dates

For calendars and important dates, visit the Registrar’s page.

Tuition & Fees

For information regarding tuition and fees, please visit the Cashiers Office.

Bulletins

Important Documents

 

For more information, please call The Department at 336-334-4781.