Peace Studies is an interdisciplinary academic minor concerned with inquiry and scholarship regarding reduction and elimination of violence and the establishment of conditions for the possibility of peace and justice to flourish at all levels of human organizations.
|PJS 1000||Introduction to Peace and Justice Studies||3|
|PJS 2000||Nonviolence and Conflict Transformation Theory and Practice||3|
|PJS 2500||Peace Education Facilitating Learning for Change in Schools and Beyond||3|
|PJS 3000||Peace Lab Issues and Practices in Peace||3|
|Select six credits 1||6|
Electives are available in disciplines and programs across campus including: art, communications, disability studies, economics, environmental studies, foundations of education, legal specialies, philosophy, religious studies, sociology/anthropology, and womans & gender studies.