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Archive 2016 - 2017 > Undergraduate studies > Conflict Studies (Honours Bachelor of Arts with Major)

Conflict Studies (Honours Bachelor of Arts with Major)

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  • Program requirements

Foundational Courses (24 credits)

Compulsory Courses: 21 credits

  • HTP1101 Trends in Western Thought
  • HTP1102 Artistic and Literary Imagination: Expressions of the Human Experience
  • HTP1103 People, Politics and the Planet
  • HTP1104 Faith, Justice and the Common Good
  • ISC2309 English Composition
  • ISC2314 Public Speaking
  • PHI2181 Human Knowledge

Optional Courses: 3 credits from

  • MIS2103 World Religions
  • THO1306 Exploring the Sacred
  • THO1307 Understanding the Bible

Discipline Specific Courses (42 credits)

Compulsory Course: 30 credits

  • ECS2103 Negotiation
  • ECS2104 Mediation
  • ECS2111 Research Methods in Conflict Studies I
  • ECS2112 Research Methods in Conflict Studies II
  • ECS2191 Introduction to Conflict Studies
  • ECS2192 Inequality, Conflict and Social Justice
  • ECS2321 Listening and Interaction in Conflict Resolution
  • ECS3125 Peaceful Resolution of Violent Conflict
  • ECS3140 Gender Relations and Conflict
  • POL1101 Introduction to Political Science (UO)

Optional Courses: 12 credits

6 credits from:

  • ECS3101 Introduction to Technical and Legal Aspects of Conflict Resolution
  • ECS3110 Credited Internship
  • ECS3123 Psychological Impacts of Conflicts
  • ECS3124 Conflict in Organizations
  • ECS3130 Special Topics in Conflict Studies
  • ECS3323 Dialogue

6 credits from:

  • ECS4101 Causes of Conflict I: Biological and Psychological Approaches
  • ECS4102 Causes of Conflict II: Sociological and Rationalist Approaches
  • ECS4130 Advanced Topics in Conflict Studies
  • ECS4999 Advanced Internship in Conflict Resolution

Elective Courses (54 credits)

  • Students complete a second major (42 credits) and 12 credits or a minor (30 credits) and 24 credits.
  • 18 credits must be of 3000 or 4000 level.