Approach conflict with the hope, energy and courage to make a tangible difference. Conflict studies is an interdisciplinary field that examines conflict from a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives–social, psychological, gender, critical security and post-colonial.
As a conflict studies major, you will study across more than 15 departments and engage in the theoretically informed analysis of in-depth case studies, gaining a comprehensive understanding of contemporary armed conflict, human rights, environment, labor-management, globalization, culture and interfaith issues. You will explore the causes, processes and resolution of intra-personal to international conflict and issues, and develop the mindset, tact and skills to affect peaceful resolution.
- Introduction to Peace and Conflict
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- The Study and Analysis of Conflict
- Intercultural Conflict
- God at Peace and War
- Advanced Conflict Analysis
- Graduate Programs
- Social Work
Approach and engage world issues with confidence.