Peace Studies (PAX)

PAX 199, SPECIAL TOPICS, 1-16 Credits

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 201, STUDY OF PEACE AND THE CAUSES OF CONFLICT, 3 Credits

Examination of the causes of personal, social, and institutional conflict and peaceful, constructive means of dealing with conflict. The history and current status of peace movements within and outside governments; prospects for world peace. Case studies in peace and conflict. CROSSLISTED as PAX 201/REL 201. (H)

Attributes: LACH – Liberal Arts Humanities Core

Equivalent to: REL 201

PAX 301, *PEACE STRATEGIES, 4 Credits

Investigates the relationship between science, peace and justice on personal, community and global scales. Applies peace literacy skills to understand the historical foundations of complex issues today. Emphasis on how students can contribute to solving current scientific and social problems.

Attributes: CSST – Core, Synthesis, Science/Technology/Society

PAX 402, INDEPENDENT STUDY, 1-16 Credits

Individual basic and applied study projects on peace-related issues, designed in consultation with the Peace Studies Program director or a member of the Peace Studies faculty.

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 405, READING AND CONFERENCE, 1-16 Credits

Study supervised and directed by members of the Peace Studies Program committee or approved faculty, as arranged by the student and Peace Studies Program director.

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 407, SEMINAR, 1-16 Credits

Close examination of peace-related topics, including theory, method, research, and application. May be taken more than one time as topics vary.

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 410, PEACE STUDIES INTERNSHIP, 1-16 Credits

Directed, supervised, and evaluated field work, to supplement the student's classroom work, arranged one term in advance.

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 415, TOPICS IN PEACE STUDIES, 1-16 Credits

Selected topics relevant to the study of conflict, peace, and war. May be taken more than one time as topics vary.

Equivalent to: PAX 415H

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 415H, TOPICS IN PEACE STUDIES, 1-16 Credits

Selected topics relevant to the study of conflict, peace, and war. May be taken more than one time as topics vary.

Attributes: HNRS – Honors Course Designator

Equivalent to: PAX 415

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 499, TOPICS IN PEACE STUDIES, 1-4 Credits

Examination of the work of a particular nonviolence theorist or of a specific problem; e.g., pacifism and humanitarian intervention, nonviolence and gender. Course may be repeated as appropriate. Not offered every year.

This course is repeatable for 8 credits.

PAX 502, INDEPENDENT STUDY, 1-16 Credits

Individual basic and applied study projects on peace-related issues, designed in consultation with the Peace Studies Program director or a member of the Peace Studies faculty.

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 505, READING AND CONFERENCE, 1-16 Credits

Study supervised and directed by members of the Peace Studies Program committee or approved faculty, as arranged by the student and Peace Studies Program director.

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 507, SEMINAR, 1-16 Credits

Close examination of peace-related topics, including theory, method, research, and application. May be taken more than one time as topics vary.

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 510, PEACE STUDIES INTERNSHIP, 1-16 Credits

Directed, supervised, and evaluated field work, to supplement the student's classroom work, arranged one term in advance.

This course is repeatable for 16 credits.

PAX 515, TOPICS IN PEACE STUDIES, 1-16 Credits

Selected topics relevant to the study of conflict, peace, and war. May be taken more than one time as topics vary.

PAX 599, TOPICS IN PEACE STUDIES, 1-4 Credits

Examination of the work of a particular nonviolence theorist or of a specific problem; e.g., pacifism and humanitarian intervention, nonviolence and gender. Course may be repeated as appropriate. Not offered every year.

This course is repeatable for 8 credits.