Canadian Mennonite University - Graduate Programs

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Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development (MA)

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Program Information

School:Canadian Mennonite University - Graduate Programs
Faculty:Arts
Degree:Master
Field of Study:Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
Description:Building on over 25 years of experience in delivering undergraduate programs in conflict resolution, peace, and international development studies, CMU now offers a Master of Arts degree that blends these core themes, designed both for practitioners and for those pursuing academic studies.

URL:Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development (MA) at Canadian Mennonite University - Graduate Programs
Length:2 Year(s)

Admission Requirements

Additional Admission Requirements:
    Students seeking admission must be qualified to engage in graduate-level study. Normally, a successful applicant will have completed a four-year baccalaureate degree from a recognized university or college with a minimum average of ‘B’, based on the last 60 credit hours or two full years or equivalent of university study. The applicant's major should be in a field that related to peace studies, conflict analysis and resolution, conflict transformation, or development studies. Applicants who have little or no academic background relating to peace, conflict, or development studies may be required to complete as much as 24 credit hours in preparatory course work (a pre-masters year). Practitioners with limited formal study in the fields of peace/conflict resolution or development who gave significant experience in these areas may request an assessment of their readiness for admission to the program. the assessment may result in a reduced requirement of pre-masters course work.

    * We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.

    Modified on June 30, 2019