FAU
Peace, Justice and Human Rights Certificates



[ Doctor of Philosophy Concentration in PJHR ]


Ph.D. Concentration in PJHR
Students accepted into the Ph.D. in Comparative Studies Program may elect to pursue a concentration in PJHR.  Program requirements  include the following:

- Admission into the Ph.D. program
- Completion of nine credit-hours of PJHR graduate courses,  including at least one PJHR core course
- Grade of B or better in all PJHR graduate courses
- Dissertation with a focus on PJHR, and completion  of all Comparative Studies degree requirements


[ CORE COURSES OFFERED / DEPARTMENT ]

Ethics, Peace and Justice   - Philosophy
Peace Through International Law and Organization - Political Science 
Peace, Politics and Human Rights   - Anthropology 
Sociology of Peace & Justice   - Sociology


[ SPECIALIZATION COURSES OFFERED* / DEPARTMENT]

Women in Civil Conflict, Peace Building and Post-Conflict  Reconstruction - Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Anthropology of Violence - Anthropology
Seminar in International Relations Theory - Political Science
Human and Cultural Rights - Anthropology
Special Topics in Peace Studies - PJHR

 

*The above courses will be offered at the 6000- or 7000-level. Ph.D. students may take the above courses beginning in their second term in the program.

 
 Last Modified 9/7/16