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Arts Academic Plans

Peace and Conflict Studies

Diploma in Peace and Conflict Studies
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Students enrolled in any non- or post-degree academic plan may pursue the Diploma in Peace and Conflict Studies. This diploma may be of particular interest to students who wish to explore issues of peace and conflict.

The Diploma in Peace and Conflict Studies requires successful completion of a minimum of four academic course units (eight courses) in PACS and Peace and Conflict Studies approved courses with a minimum cumulative average of 65%, including:

Notes:

  1. Students are encouraged to consult with the program advisor in choosing their courses.
  2. The Peace and Conflict Studies approved courses are offered by the participating departments and the Peace and Conflict Studies academic plans under their own designations. Additions or deletions may occur from time to time. Many of the 300- and 400-level courses have specific prerequisites. Students planning to pursue study in these upper-level courses should use their electives wisely to ensure that the prerequisites for these courses are met.
  3. Where students find the list of Peace and Conflict Studies approved courses inadequate for their needs, students may petition the Peace and Conflict Studies administration to have specific courses accepted as Peace and Conflict Studies approved courses. This should happen before registration in the course in question is finalized. Please consult the Advisor for more details.


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