[ARCHIVED CATALOG] 2013-2014 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    Aug 14, 2022  
[ARCHIVED CATALOG] 2013-2014 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

GLO 350 - Conflict Resolution

3 credits
Prerequisite(s): SOC 201 - Critical Social Issues in Globalization 
This course introduces students to theories and causes of global or international conflict and violence, as well as explores approaches to varied peace processes designed to resolve, manage, and control both non-violent and violent conflict. It takes an interdisciplinary approach towards these issues by considering the social, political, psychological, and economic dimensions of global/international conflict and resolution. Students will learn how to critically assess historic and contemporary sources of global conflict, develop the ability to objectively evaluate events, and contemplate intervention strategies to address various types of conflict, including political conflict, environmental conflict, ethnic conflict, and religious conflict.