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About Peace and Conflict Studies


Major and Minor Requirements


Conflict Resolution Graduate Program

The Conflict Resolution Graduate Certificate Program trains students how to resolve differences in the workplace, with friends and family, in the community, and beyond. Designed for working professionals who want to develop advanced communication and process skills, the Certificate Program provides each student with the comprehensive training necessary to be successful in mediation, negotiation, and facilitation of dialogue.

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Meet Dr. Dave

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The Radical Middle

The Radical Middle Program provides educational opportunities to students and to the larger community. Peace and Conflict Studies students and other College of Humanities students and faculty have opportunities to help plan and participate in radio programs that address real issues that divide out local and global communities.

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Students in Peace and Conflict Studies

Lauren Holman

P&CS major Lauren Holman describes her reasons for studying Peace and Conflict.

Shiloh Jernigan

P&CS Major Shiloh Jernigan describes how the program has improved her academic and personal life.

Keaton McDonald

P&CS Major Keaton McDonald describes what he has learned in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program.

Last Updated: 6/20/18