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PACS 295

Advanced Conflict Analysis and Resolution

This course serves as a bridge between the introductory course in the Peace and Conflict Studies Program (PACS 100) and the Program's senior capstone experience (PACS 430) and is designed to be fully integrative in terms of conflict theory, practice, and research. The class is intended to provide students with an understanding or how to integrate theory and analytical knowledge into developing effective research methodology and practice. In addition to regular class-time, students will complete a 2-hour practicum lab each week, which immerses them in extensive simulated case studies and equips them with tools for applied conflict analysis and resolution. Prerequisite: CFT or PACS 100.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
CFT or PACS 100 1 course

Fall Semester information

Rachel Goldberg

295A: Adv Conflict Analysis