The Peace and Conflict Studies Letter of Recognition (PCSLOR) will examine various cultures engaged in conflict via a multidisciplinary approach. Students will analyze the cultural, ethnic, historical and religious roots of these conflicts. Students will examine social injustice and gender inequity issues from a global perspective. Students will also gain a practical understanding of conflict resolution principles. Students who complete the PCSLOR will be prepared to identify peace and conflict at the personal, relational, institutional, community, societal and, global levels, and students will be prepared to offer leadership in contributing to a peaceful, just, and equitable world.
Required Peace and Conflict Studies Courses
|HUM-110||Interdisciplinary Leadership I|
||Spirituality and Healing Traditions
|PSYC-110||Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies|
PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES
LETTER OF RECOGNITION
PREPARATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
|FIRST SEMESTER||Credit Hours|
|Psychology 110 (Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies) 1||3|
|Humanities 110 (Interdisciplinary Leadership I)||3|
|Geography 102 (Cultural Geography)||3|
|Integrative Health 112 (Spirituality and Healing Traditions)||1|
|Total Credit Hours:||10|
1 Recommended that students take Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies prior to the other courses.
NOTE: All courses specifically identified by course number are graduation requirements for this program.