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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 & SKILLS LEARNED

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.
* Create skills sought by a range of employers, such as non-governmental organizations, state agencies, or businesses.
* Enable students to learn and discover, in and out of the classroom, in order to engage with a range of communities.
* 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 stakeholder.

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

Completing the interest form below OR 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