Peace, Justice and Conflict Transformation (PEAC)

PEAC 325. Peace, Justice & Conflict Transformation3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Description: Introduces fundamental issues within the broad realm of Peace Studies and deepens student skills in critical thinking, conflict analysis, and problem solving. Core issues: conflict analysis, non-violent action, violence prevention, warism, peacebuilding, and gender and peace. (Social Science)

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PEAC 350. Mediation & Conflict Transformation3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Description: Basic skills include understanding the place and role of mediation as a conflict transformation tool; applying techniques for constructive negotiation; understanding sources of conflict and recognizing conflict management styles; gaining practical experience in conflict resolution techniques and skill building; understanding stages of mediation; acquiring listening and communication skills; understanding directive, facilitative, and transformative styles of mediation. (Social Science)

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PEAC 375. Independent Study in Peace Studies1-3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Prerequisite(s): This section requires permission of the instructor.

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PEAC 525. Peace, Justice & Conflict Transformation3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Occasionally Offered

Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing.

Description: Introduces fundamental issues within the broad realm of Peace Studies and deepens student skills in critical thinking, conflict analysis, and problem solving. Core issues: conflict analysis, non-violent action, violence prevention, warism, peacebuilding, and gender and peace.

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PEAC 545. Basic Mediation & Conflict Transformation3 Units

Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing.

Description: Basic skills include understanding the place and role of mediation as a conflict resolution tool; applying techniques for constructive negotiation; understanding sources of conflict and recognizing conflict management styles; gaining practical experience in conflict resolution techniques and skill building; understanding stages of mediation; acquiring listening and communication skills; understanding directive, facilitative, and transformative styles of mediation.

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PEAC 550. Service Learning in Peacebuilding3 Units

Term Typically Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Prerequisite(s): PEAC 325 and PEAC 350.

Description: All students will complete service learning in peace-building after completing other requirements for certificate in Peace, Justice & Conflict Transformation. They will work within an approved organization whose focus is some aspect of peace, justice,or conflict transformation. The objective is for them to learn first hand how principles and theories studied in previous classes are applied in the field. (Social Science)

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PEAC 575. Independent Study in Peace, Justice & Conflict Transformation1-5 Units

Prerequisite(s): Minimum GPA of 3.0, or at least 45 semester hours credit, and permission of PJCT Director.

Description: Independent study is available to selected undergraduates or graduate students with a specific topic to focus upon that fits within the broad sphere of Peace, Justice & Conflict Transformation. Students will be supervised by either the director of the program or another individual appropriate for the selected topic.

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