Depaul University in Chicago, Illinois, United States, offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies. All students in the program take classes on International Conflict and Peacebuilding; Social Justice and Social Change; Conflict: Intervention, Negotiation and Advocacy; Human Rights: Promise and Problematics; Women, War, and Resistance; Nonviolence; Peacebuilding; Social Justice; Social change, Conflict intervention and activism and advocacy. Students have the opportunity to study abroad or participate in an internship as a part of the program. For admissions consideration, students must submit an official transcript and satisfactory SAT or ACT standardized test scores.
Pace University in New York City, United States, offers a Bachelor of Arts degree program in Peace and Justice Studies. All students take core courses in Introduction to Peace and Justice Studies, Nonviolence: Theory and Practice, Working Through Conflict: Mediation, Negotiation and Facilitation, Advanced Peace and Justice Studies, International Law and Human Rights, Conflict Analysis and Reconciliation and Transitional Justice. Electives offered in a number of different disciplines round out the course options. To be considered for the program, students must submit two letters of recommendation, a personal statement, ACT or SAT test scores and an official college transcript.
San Diego State University in San Diego, California, United States, offers a bachelor’s degree program in International Security and Conflict Resolution. All students in the program complete the following courses: Conflict and Conflict Resolution, International Security in the Nuclear Age, Global Systems and Our Global Future: Values for Survival. Electives are also required, and all students complete an internship as a part of the program. Independent study and study abroad opportunities are also available. Highly competitive, the program requires an exemplary secondary school academic record to be accepted for admission. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 Grade Point Average and submit satisfactory SAT or ACT test scores.
This concentration can be combined with other relevant disciplines, such as International Relations, Political Science, Religion, or History. It serves as a gateway to the humanitarian sector, both in government and NGOs at home and abroad. Students will examine crises and injustices in the world, encouraging them to develop new ways of thinking and responding.
Located in Malmo, Sweden, this Bachelor program emphasizes current social and political issues that affect peace and conflict around the world. Students will analyze and discuss how armed conflicts begin and develop over time while learning about the conditions necessary for sustaining global peace. The skills learned throughout the course allow students to apply analytical concepts to account for the human dimensions and conditions involved in conflict, preparing them to consider the vast range of components that need to be addressed in order to achieve lasting peace.
Kent State University, Ohio, United States, offers a Bachelor of Arts degree program in Applied Conflict Management. All students in the program must pursue study of a foreign language and take the following classes: Conflict Theory; Introduction to Conflict Management; International Conflict Resolution; Gender, Power and Conflict; Mediation: Theory and Training; Nonviolence: Theory and Practice and Reconciliation Versus Revenge: Transitional Justice. Admission to the program is very competitive. Only students with exemplary secondary school grade point averages and acceptable ACT or SAT test scores will be considered. Previous volunteer or work experience is also taken into consideration.
Conflict Transformation Studies teaches students to approach complex world issues with critical analysis, examining conflict from all of the relevant angles and perspectives in an effort to build creative, productive solutions. Students pursuing this major have the opportunity to choose a specialization in humanitarian law, human rights and justice, peacebuilding and social change, and race and reconciliation, among others.