|School:||Saint Paul University/ Université Saint Paul|
|Faculty:||School of Conflict Studies|
|Field of Study:||Development Economics and International Development
Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
Political Science and Government, General
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, General
|Description:||Conflict Studies examines the sources and dynamics of conflicts and conflict resolution. We analyse the political, religious, social, and psychological aspects of conflicts, at the local, national, and international levels. Specific courses look at identity, memory, and trauma. We study violent, non violent, humanitarian, and diplomatic responses to conflicts, as well as reconciliation and peace building. Offered by the Faculty of Human Sciences, a formation in Conflict Studies provides students with a multidisciplinary approach that includes elements of political science, social psychology, and ethics. Graduates of Conflict Studies also acquire some skills useful for managing and resolving conflicts.
In addition to the foundational courses, the program encourages reflection on the relationship between violence, social justice, conflict resolution and peace building through courses in psychology, ethics and politics. Students are also given an opportunity to explore specific subjects in greater depth.
|URL:||Honours Bachelor of Arts with Major in Conflict Studies at Saint Paul University/ Université Saint Paul|
|Cost per year:*||
This cost estimate is for one year of the program and does not include ancillary, incidental, or administrative fees.
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
Applicants from Ontario are required to have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with at least six 4U or 4M level courses, including one 4U level course in English or français. Applicants from Quebec are required to have a Secondary School Diploma with an average of 84%, including one course in English or français at the Secondary V level. Applicants from the Atlantic and Western provinces are required to have a Secondary School Diploma, including one course in English or français at the Grade 12 level.