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Louisville, Kentucky


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PEAC 201

Peace and Conflict: For Daily Life, Civic Affairs, and Professional Life Ahead - D2, SB

This introduction to Peace Studies gives students basic knowledge and skills in essential concepts including: understanding and transforming conflict in their personal lives, their nation, and their world; cultural competency at home and abroad; peace and nonviolence in practice; and sustainability. Students learn through readings, films, in-class activities, and out-of-class service learning. They will write a mission statement for their life that reflects how they can include principles encountered in the class in their personal and professional lives ahead

Units: 3.0