Have you ever asked "what will I do with my degree?" The vocational outcome of one's academic career is a vital and serious consideration. Peace and Conflict Studies majors and minors will have a wide breadth of talent to offer any employer, but how does one demonstrate that in the interview process? PCS 5900 "The Integrative Seminar" is a 1 credit class offered to all majors and minors to help students in the transition from academe to the professional world. Read Dr. David Derezotes' letter about this new class. [read here]
We have hired a new advisor, Copeland Johnston, who will be advising for Peace and Conflict Studies, Religious Studies, and the BA Language Requirement. He is located in Languages and Literature in LNCO 1400. When you make an appointment
check in at the front desk of Languages and Literature.
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is part of a dynamic and broad-ranging collaborative effort at the University of Utah. The major and minor are housed in the College of Humanities, while also being part of the Barbara L. and Norman C. Tanner Center for Nonviolent Human Rights Advocacy in the College of Social and Behavioral Science.
P&CS enables students to understand the dynamics of peace and conflict and to contribute to the creation of more just and peaceable conditions in the world. Courses focus on conflict theory, war and terrorism, just war theory, the history of peace efforts and non-violent social movements, community-based conflict management and resolution, and human rights.
Our initiative draws upon the support of other colleges as well, including Social Work, Fine Arts, Science, and Law. P&CS thus embodies a cooperative spirit while bringing together many different approaches to the study of conflict resolution, peace studies, and human rights advocacy.