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CONF 625: Engaging Conflict

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This course will provide students an experiential opportunity to consider the relationship between social science theories and conflict analysis and resolution work; and engagement in a variety of forms with real world conflict. Each course will provide students the opportunity to engage in research and practice activities, choosing the appropriate modalities for the conflict they are engaging with.

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Repeatable within Degree for Credit


This course will provide students an experiential opportunity to consider the relationship between social science theories and conflict analysis and resolution work; and engagement in a variety of forms with real world conflict. Each course will provide students the opportunity to engage in research and practice activities, choosing the appropriate modalities for the conflict they are engaging with. 

Schedule Type: SEM

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

When Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

CONF 600

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