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Certificate in Global Peacebuilding

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    MISSION

To provide undergraduate students with a multi-disciplinary academic understanding of the historical and contemporary causes of conflict and efforts to create peace while building practical skills in peacebuilding praxis.

   PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

Our program responds to the needs for multi-disciplinary education that creates skills sought by a range of employers, such as non-governmental organizations, state agencies, or businesses. The program mirrors with USU’s institutional mission to enable students to learn and discover, in and out of the classroom, in order to engage with a range of communities. The program offers a combination of courses and internships that allow students to learn the principles of peacebuilding and how to put these principles in to action through collaboration with a diversity of communities and stakeholders. At our core we believe that peacebuilding is an essential citizenship skill of the twenty-first century that students can begin to attain through a combination of coursework and experience.

Learn more about the certificate and sign up for information about classes, internship opportunities, and events by:

 Emailing the academic advisor Carson Tatton carson.tatton@usu.edu

Visiting the Global Peacebuilding Certificate information to see the requirements

Talking with one of the faculty leadership team:
Dr. Tammy Proctor (History) tammy.proctor@usu.edu
Dr. Patrick Mason (Religious Studies) patrick.mason@usu.edu
Dr. Colin Flint (international Studies) colin.flint@usu.edu

Global Peacebuilding Interest Survey