The Certificate in Peace and Post-Conflict Studies is administered by the Office of Interdisciplinary Studies, Faculty of Arts.
In a global climate of conflict, fear and insecurity, the issue of building sustainable peace in countries that have undergone the ravages of conflict is of vital importance to policy makers and academics alike. This unique certificate in Peace and Post-Conflict Studies, will equip students from a number of Faculties and disciplines with knowledge of the complexity of instituting measures that address underlying sources of conflict and provide them with hands-on practical approaches to sustaining peace. The peace and post-conflict studies certificate is especially useful for those seeking a career in government, international governmental organizations (IGO), non-governmental organizations (NGO) and legal and business firms.
Students wishing to pursue the Certificate in Peace and Post-Conflict Studies must apply through Undergraduate Student Services in the Faculty of Arts by the application deadline for graduation (see Academic Schedule ).
Students may pursue the Peace and Post-Conflict Certificate by fulfilling existing requirements in their respective disciplines and by completing ★27, including ★21 at the senior level, from the following courses: