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There are many options for those who are interested in pursuing additional education in the field of Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies.
You can browse more than 170 graduate programs in peace and conflict resolution at GradSchools.com.
Some of the universities that offer such programs include the following:
Arcadia University has a master's degree program in International Peace and Conflict Resolution that allows students to develop an area of concentration within the discipline, build an international network of contacts, and gain practical experience. This program has a built-in overseas component.
University of Notre Dame offers master's and PhD programs in Peace Studies at The Kroc Institute. Coursework addresses a wide range of issues related to peace, violence, justice, and human rights. Most graduate students spend a semester abroad, collaborating with peace-related organizations.
University of Manitoba, Canada is home to the Arthur V. Mauro Centre at St. Paul's College, which offers both a master's and PhD program. The Centre is dedicated to the advancement of human rights, conflict resolution, global citizenship, peace, and social justice through research, education, and outreach.
The Center for Justice and Peace Building lists multiple PhD Peace Studies programs.