Minor: Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution (18 hours) The interdisciplinary peace studies and conflict resolution minor addresses the sources of war and oppression, and the challenges of promoting cooperative relationships and social justice on international, domestic, and personal levels.
It examines proposals that introduce more equitable and nonviolent methods to transform unjust, violent, and oppressive situations. It also teaches strategies such as mediation to promote regardless of grievances. Learn more about the classes you will take. The minor requires 18 hours of course work. Major educational objectives:
The peace studies and conflict resolution minor provides course work from a variety of disciplines including political science, journalism, social work, history, religious studies, education, psychology, counseling, criminal justice, and communication studies. Ball State University's peace studies minor is compatible with any undergraduate major. For more information, contact: Steve Hall, Curriculum Coordinator Center for Peace and Conflict Studies Ball State University 310 N. McKinley Ave. Phone: 765-285-1622
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