|Field of Study:||Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
|Description:||Peace, Conflict and Justice courses at the Trudeau Centre provide undergraduates with an interdisciplinary education in the complex relationships among conflict, peace, and justice. Students will study the causes of global, international, and local conflicts, and integrate analyses of peace-building and peace-making strategies in diverse social, political, and economic contexts. Students further examine the role of justice, and its complex connections to conflict and peace in a densely connected world. Topics of study include war, revolution, insurgency, ethnic strife, international justice, peace-building, and negotiation theory.
Program graduates have pursued a wide range of careers. Many program graduates have gone on to do vital work in fields as diverse as academia, government, journalism, law, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
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Cost per year is based on the 2019-2020 academic year.