Peace, Justice and Human Rights Certificates

[ Undergraduate Certificate in PJHR ]

The Undergraduate Certificate in PJHR is designed to promote the study and understanding of peace-related issues by students of all majors. An interdisciplinary certificate program, Peace Studies draws its classes from ten departments  three colleges.  Students who successfully complete the Undergraduate Certificate in Peace Studies are required to take fifteen (15) credit hours from three categories of classes. 

CORE COURSES   (six credit hours required)

PAX 3001: Introduction to Peace Studies
IDS 3188: International Human Rights
INR 4006: War & Peace
PHI 4661: Ethics
COM 4707: Peace, Conflict and Oral Narrative
SPC 4633: Rhetoric of Social Protest
SYR 4930: Sociology of Human Rights
SYA 4930: Sociology of Peace and Justice

ELECTIVE COURSES (six credit hours required)

WST 3325: Women, Violence, Resistance
INR 3502: International Organization
SYP 4304: Social Movements
CPO 4724: Ethnic Conflict
SOW 4141: Family Violence
PHM 3440: Philosophy of Law
SPC 4540: Persuasion Propaganda
SYP 4454: Globalization and Social Movements
SYO 4930: Sociology of Law

CONTEXT COURSES (three credit hours required)

INR 3403: International Law
INR 4503: Model United Nations
MMC 4301: International Communication
CCJ 4174: International Criminal Justice Systems
CCJ 4642: Organized Crime & the Business of Drugs
PHI 3640: Environmental Ethics
SYA 4150: Social Conflict
ANT 4407: Human Impulses
LIT 4605: Literature and War
COM 3402: Conflict and Communication
SPC 3701: Intercultural Communication
HIS 3434: Introduction to Public History
CPO 4724: Comparative Politics of Ethnic Conflict
No more than six (6) credit hours may be taken from any one department.
 Last Modified 11/8/16