The Certificate in Peace Studies (15 credit hours) is equivalent to a minor. The certificate exposes students to the fundamentals of peace and conflict resolution while they learn methods to remedy social injustices and manage and resolve conflict. These skills are highly valued by employers in a wide range of professional fields making the certificate a nice complement to many popular majors. Students enrolled in a degree-granting program may obtain the Certificate in Peace Studies. Some students may wish to focus primarily on peace studies as a personal, intellectual endeavor. Others may seek a career in an area relevant to peace studies and will use the peace certificate as a way of enhancing their credentials and expertise.
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Three CORE course requirements (9 credit hours):
Select from one of the following core skills courses:
Two ELECTIVE requirements (6 credit hours):
See full program brochure for suggested elective courses.
For course descriptions, visit the course catalog.
To apply contact:
Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution
Tel: (808) 956-4236