This course surveys the process of conflict, including conflict management, from a multidisciplinary perspective. As such, it deals with the causes, dynamics, types, levels, management functions and outcomes of conflict. The implementation of the course involves, in part, case-study simulations and occasional guest lecturers from various disciplines on campus. This course is a prerequisite for upper-level courses in conflict studies and required for the conflict studies major and minor.
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Spring Semester informationGlen Kuecker
100A: Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies
100B: Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies
Fall Semester informationRachel Goldberg
100A: Intro Peace & Conflict