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Undergraduate 2020 - 2021 Academic Updates

Interdisciplinary Studies, Peace Studies Minor


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Greg Carroll, Coordinator

The Peace Studies minor offers a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of peace, war and social justice. This program presents students with a broad integrative perspective on the study of peace that emphasizes an understanding of recent history contemporary social/political problems and ethical values. The aim of courses taken in the Peace Studies minor is to prepared students to exercise informed judgement about issues related to peace, war and social justice. The foundational interdisciplinary Peace and Peacebuilding course is augmented by elective courses selected from across the university to meet the specific educational goals and interests of each student. Up to three (3) credits from a student’s major may be used to satisfy the minor.

Minor Requirements (15 credits)


Electives (12 credits)


Of the four elective courses at least three must be from different departments
Up to three courses from a student’s major may be used to satisfy the minor.

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