The minor is composed of two core courses and your choice of electives from three different categories.
1. PEAC 101: Intro to Peace and War
An examination of interdisciplinary understandings of foundations of peace and war. This course examines current international peace keeping efforts and human rights’ organizations as well as analyzes current employment opportunities in the field. This course will satisfy a gtPathways Arts and Humanities Ways of thinking (GT-AH3) general education requirement.
2. PEAC 401: Conflict Resolution Strategies
An examination of various conflict resolution strategies including distributive, integrative, and principled negotiation as well as a variety of mediation strategies ranging from traditional to transformative. It requires both scholarly and practical experiences through strategy analysis and numerous role plays.
Three additional courses, one from each category.
Activism (5 courses--choose 1)
- Anthropology: ANTH 212 Applied Anthropology
- HIST 319 Movements of Resistance
- HIST 335 Work and Workers
- Sociology: SOC 200 Social Change and Human Services
- Theatre: THEA 420 Theatre for Social Action
Positive Peace (5 courses--choose 1)
- ANTH 210 Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology
- ANTH 355 Anthropology of Gender
- ANTH 358 Native American Gender Issues
- Political Science: PS 420 Water Politics and Policy
- Psychology: PSYC 384 Compassion and Stereotyping
Conflict (4 courses--choose 1)
- History: HIST 334 United States & Vietnam
- SOC 364 Crimonology: Punishment and Domination
- SOC 365 Crimonology: Transformation and Healing
- Political Science--PS 377 Armed Conflict and Its Management* (*Pending approval from Faculty Senate during Fall 2016)