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Coordinated by the School of Global Environmental Sustainability

The Interdisciplinary Program in Sustainable Peace and Reconciliation Studies will be open to all students who want to understand more about the philosophical and educational roots of peace and reconciliation, its expression and potential within various academic disciplines, research, and service, and how these can help address issues of sustainability, i.e., the interrelated health of the environment, society and the economy. Knowing more about the ideas that underlie nonviolent conflict resolution, effective communication, cooperation, and mediation within cross-cultural contexts will help students evaluate how sustainable peace and reconciliation can impact their beliefs, choices and actions. Program details are available from the School of Global Environmental Sustainability. 

Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.

Effective Fall 2016

Required Courses
ANTH 679/IE 679Applications of International Development3
Select one course from the following:3
Group Study 1
Group Study 1
Total6
Core Courses
Select six credits from the following with at least two subject codes included:6
Globalization and Culture Change
Communication and Classrooms
Educators, Systems and Change
Multicultural and Special Populations
Race in Latin America
Marriage and Family Therapy
Skills and Techniques in Family Therapy
Ethics and International Development
Impacts of New Communication Technologies
Supervised College Teaching 2
Political Economy of Change and Development
Politics of Environment and Sustainability
Social Stratification
Theories of Development and Social Change
Gender and Global Society
Sociology of Sustainable Development
Globalization and Socioeconomic Restructuring
Global Inequality and Change
Fundamentals of Mediation
Divorce and Family Mediation
Communication and Cultural Diversity
Total6
Program Total Credits12
1

 Choice of topic and project requires approval of faculty advisor. 

2

 To be done in PHIL 240.