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Peace and Conflict Studies - Certificate Requirements

Certificate

Earning the Peace and Conflict Studies certificate at IPFW requires the completion of 15 credits of approved courses with a grade of C or higher in each course.

For additional information, contact Patrick J. Ashton, Director of the Peace and Conflict Studies program.

 Course Number and  Title

Credits

 One of the following:

 PACS P200: Introduction to  Peace and Conflict Studies:  Humanities Perspectives

 PACS P201: Introduction to  Peace and Conflict Studies:  Social and Behaviorial  Perspectives

3

 Social and Behavioral  Science Course

 Please review the listing for  Social and Behavioral  Science Courses for  applicable credits in this  area.

3

 Humanities Course

 Please review the listing for  Humanities Courses for  applicable credits in this  area..

3

Additional Course

 Please contact the Program  Assistant, Holly McDonald-  Lara, for courses that apply.

3

 One of the following  senior-project  courses:

 PACS P497: Humanities  Readings and Research in  Peace and Conflict Studies

 PACS P498: Social and  Behavioral Sciences  Readings and Research in  Peace and Conflict Studies

 PACS P499: Social and  Behavioral Sciences  Internship in Peace and  Conflict Studies

3

 Total Credits

15