DePaul University College of LAS > Academics > Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies > Undergraduate > Peace, Justice and Conflict Resolution Studies (BA) > Major Requirements
To attain a Bachelor of Arts in Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies (PJC), students will be required to complete successfully a 192 credit hour program, with a minimum of 48 required credit hours in the Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies program:
The four-course sequence PAX 210-212-214-218 forms the foundation of the program and should be completed in the first or second year of study. Courses do not need to be done in sequence. An internship, PAX 392, offered once a year in the fall, should be completed prior to taking PAX 350. If possible, students should take the internship prior to senior year. Seniors should plan to take the capstone, PAX 350, offered once a year. Two PAX 250 workshops (2 credit hours each) can be completed at any time, ideally prior to senior year.
PAX 350 is usually offered in winter quarter. Students doing study abroad during winter quarter of their senior year must do the capstone in their junior year. This is required even for a double-major who must do a capstone in the other major.
Courses cross-listed with any listed below are accepted as PAX electives. Check with the PJC Director for topics courses approved as PAX electives each quarter or to approve a course not on this list.
Courses approved as PJC minor program requirement for a community-based service learning courses: See list under the PJC Minor.
Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.
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