Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) at UNCG is dedicated to providing high quality, professional training in multiple conflict intervention and prevention skills such as mediation, negotiation, facilitation, restorative practices, violence prevention, anti-bullying initiatives, and collaborative problem solving.
Our recently updated curriculum includes a wide scope of practice and research, and the master’s culminates with the practicum [PCS 690 Integrated Colloquium: Professional Development Project]. Our faculty is here to advise you through your academic journey and help you customize your plan of study. Coursework can be completed in the evening, on campus, and online—allowing flexible and convenient access to anyone interested in the program.
Which program is right for you?
|Master of Arts||Post-Baccalaureate Certificate|
|Average Time to Complete||2 years||1 Year|
|Delivery Method||Asynchronous online and on campus||Asynchronous online and on campus|
|Admission Requirements||BA or BS, any major
|BA or BS, any major
The Department of Peace and Conflict Studies ensures that distance learners have full accessibility to every course within our graduate, certificate, and undergraduate programs. All of our online courses are asynchronous and 100% online.
Further information regarding online programs can be found at the UNCG Online.
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