DePaul University College of LAS > Academics > Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies > Undergraduate > Peace, Justice and Conflict Resolution Studies (BA)
In the Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies program, you will critically examine the origins and root causes of violence and conflict, and learn strategies for resolving interpersonal, communal and international conflicts peacefully. You will master the theoretical and intellectual frameworks related to peace building, human rights advocacy and justice development by learning to interpret real life situations and applying strategies for advocacy, consensus-building, partnership development and other intervention tools.
You will complete an internship with an organization related to peace, social justice or conflict resolution, and will have the opportunity to participate in one of DePaul's Study Abroad programs in order to gain an international perspective on the causes of violence and conflict, as well as strategies for negotiation and resolution.
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