PBC in Peace and Conflict Studies

Learn to transform conflict into positive change, growth, and learning. Use an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates the fundamentals of conflict resolution practice, analysis, and fieldwork to learn the skills and techniques necessary to successfully manage and resolve conflicts.

  • 12 semester hours
  • Online or on campus
  • Finish the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in one year
  • Asynchronous courses (no set class times)
  • Credits may be used toward the online MA in Peace and Conflict Studies
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Develop problem solving and conflict resolution skills for a career in restorative justice, community building, mediation, or negotiation.

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