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Peace and Conflict Studies

Coventry University
Coventry, Great Britain
On campus
Full-time
€17,139.02/year
 1713 Points
Duration
2 Years
Language
English

Program Description

The MA in Peace and Conflict Studies at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, is rooted in Coventry’s history as a ‘City of Peace and Reconciliation’.

This is the Centre’s most established postgraduate course. It provides students from all over the world with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of issues, theories and practices relating to peace and conflict. you will be taught how to apply theory and draw on case studies to aid peacebuilding in complex situations. The programme is designed to enhance the skills and abilities of people seeking to achieve and strengthen peace in their local communities and around the world.

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Curriculum

Research Design in CTPSR

This module is designed to enable you to learn how to carefully design and plan your research. You will be asked to identify the appropriate methodology and methods for your chosen project, will be taught the difference about distinct types of research questions, which should help you to gain an understanding of research ethics.

Dissertation in CTPSR

This module is designed to enable you to write an extended piece of written work entailing independent study and the use of appropriate research techniques and source materials – your dissertation. The dissertation may consist of a critical evaluation of literature, of a reassessment of evidence, of an evaluation of particular approaches or techniques, or of a limited piece of original or applied research. The dissertation should build on the foundation provided by the Peace and Conflict Studies taught modules and may involve either the fuller development of subject matter and techniques encountered in the taught programme or the exploration of new areas and techniques appropriate to the overall programme of study.

Careers

This course equips students who have an interest in peace and conflict with the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to work for a broad range of organisations such as:

  • international non-government organisations
  • multi-national government organisations like the United Nations
  • regional communities such as the European Union or the Economic Community of West African States
  • faith groups
  • faith-based organisations
  • community organisations
  • the private sector
  • think tanks
  • academia
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