The Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies Minor consists of six courses (18 credit hours) completed with a grade of "C-" or better, including one required introductory course.
PAX 201: Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies Overview This course provides an overview of the international, societal, and ecological spheres of violence and peace, along with methods of analysis and strategies for reconciliation and peacemaking.
One Pax Course from each area:>
- International Conflict and Peacemaking
- Societal Violence and Conflict Resolution
- Environmental Violence and Ecological Concerns
Two electives from PAX course listings in student's area of interest, including opportunities for Directed Study, Practicum work, or Special Topics courses (subject to the approval of the Director of Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies).