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Conflict Studies

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  • Program requirements

Compulsory Courses (15 credits)

  • ECS2191 Introduction to Conflict Studies
  • ECS2192 Inequality, Conflict and Social Justice
  • ECS2103 Negotiation*
  • ECS2104 Mediation*
  • ECS3101 Introduction to Technical and Legal Aspects of Conflict Resolution

* If the student has significant training and experience in these areas, other courses may be substituted.

Optional Courses (15 credits)

15 credits from:

  • ECS2123 Dialogue
  • ECS2124 Local and Community Responses to Conflict
  • ECS2126 Indigenous Peoples and Conflict
  • ECS2928 Language and Conflict in Canada / Conflits linguistiques au Canada
  • ECS3123 Psychological Impact of Conflict
  • ECS3124 Conflict in Organizations
  • ECS3125 Peaceful Resolution of Violent Conflict
  • ECS3126 Discrimination and Conflict
  • ECS3140 Gender Relations and Conflict
  • ECS4101 Causes of Conflict I: Biological and Psychological Approaches
  • ECS4102 Causes of Conflict II: Sociological and Rationalist Approaches
  • ECH2330 Asymmetric Conflicts (UO)
  • ECH3310 Human Rights and Conflict Studies: Compared Perspectives (UO)
  • ECH3320 War and Security: Historical Perspectives (UO)
  • ECH3340 Social inequalities, international agreements and social movements (UO)
  • ECH4320 Conflict Resolution and Peace Building National Strategies (UO)
  • ECH4325 The Challenge of Democracy in International Affairs (UO)
  • ECH4335 Track Two Diplomacy (UO)
  • ECH4350 Conflicts and the Peace Process in the Middle East (UO)

Some courses have specific prerequisites.

A course that is part of a bachelor degree or a major cannot count as an optional course toward a minor.