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Conflict and War Studies Master's and PhD Programs in Canada

Conflict and War Studies graduate and post-graduate programs and degrees offered in Canada.

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What is Conflict and War Studies?

Conflict and War Studies (also known as Conflict Management, Conflict Resolution, Peace and Conflict Studies, etc.) is an interdisciplinary program closely related to Peace Studies. It is a relatively new area of specialization that focuses on the human phenomena of war and peace and the growing need for specialists in conflict resolution and negotiation at every level of society.


About Conflict and War Studies

Conflict and war studies can be easily related to a particular area of conflict resolution that appeals to the student, including labour studies, sociology, psychology, international development, political science, social work, globalization studies, community development studies, anthropology, religious studies, criminal justice or criminology, law, business and public relations. Students should take time to consider the field of work that most interests them.



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