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Doctor of Philosophy Concentration in Peace Studies

Ph.D. Concentration in Peace Studies

Students accepted into the Public Intellectuals Program of the Ph.D. in Comparative Studies  may elect to pursue a concentration in Peace Studies.  Program requirements include the following:

  1. Admission into the Public Intellectuals program,
  2. Completion of nine credit-hours of Peace Studies graduate courses, including at least one Peace Studies core course,
  3. Grade of B or better in all Peace Studies graduate courses,
  4. Dissertation with a focus on peace studies, and
  5. Completion of all Comparative Studies degree requirements.

DEPARTMENT

Philosophy

Political Science

Anthropology

Sociology

CORE COURSE

Ethics, Peace & Justice

Peace Through International Law and Organization

Peace, Politics and Human Rights

Sociology of Peace & Justice

DEPARTMENT

Communication and Multimedia Studies

Women's Studies

Anthropology

Political Science

Anthropology

Peace Studies

SPECIALIZATION COURSE

Women in Civil Conflict, Peace Building and Post-Conflict Reconstruction

Anthropology of Violence

Seminar in International Relations Theory

Human and Cultural Rights

Special Topics in Peace Studies

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 7/7/14