Peace and Conflict Studies, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Peace and Conflict Studies prepares students for the changing nature of professional development, organizational knowledge and change through scholarship and research. The certificate program can be beneficial to those who have already received a graduate degree in their current area but would like to specialize in conflict management. It is also appropriate for those who possess an undergraduate degree and are seeking to obtain broad knowledge of the conflict and peace studies field or for professionals who have already earned a graduate degree in their professional field and would benefit from research and theory and additional practice skills in a range of conflict studies.
The certificate requires 12 credit hours. A maximum of 4 credits from graduate courses taken in or transferred from other programs may be applied to the requirements of the certificate program upon the approval of the Director of Graduate Study and in accordance with policies of The Graduate School. Courses taken for the certificate program may be used to meet requirements in a degree program in accordance with the policies of The Graduate School.
For information regarding deadlines and requirements for admission, please see the Guide to Graduate Admissions.
Certificate Program Requirements
Required: 12 credit hours
|Required Courses (12 credits)|
|PCS 600||Principles and Practice of Conflict Management and Resolution||3|
|PCS 605||Skills and Techniques of Conflict Management||3|
|PCS 607||Conflict Analysis: Theories of Change||3|
|PCS 608||Topics in Peace and Conflict Studies||3|
|Total Credit Hours||12|