College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies > Undergraduate > Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies (Minor)
The Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies minor is designed to help students engage in critical examination of the origins and root causes of violence, social injustice and conflict; and to foster dialogue about the efficacy of nonviolent approaches to social change and peace-building. Students may develop a specific concentration of study within the minor curriculum.
There is a total of 24 credit hours required for the minor.
PAX 250 (2 courses at 2 credit hours each), PAX 251 (one course for 4 credit hours).
Students majoring in Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies (BA) are restricted from earning this minor.
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The following courses may be taken as a second Junior Year Experiential Learning course, an alternative to the PAX internship for someone doing the PAX minor: