Apr 22, 2019  
2017-2018 HillBook (Class of 2021) 
2017-2018 HillBook (Class of 2021) [ARCHIVED HILL BOOK]

POL 347 - Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Three Credits
Fall Semester

The course examines sources and types of conflict and conditions of sustainable peace between and within communities or states. It also surveys the research on implementation and efficacy of third party interventions in such conflicts as used by international and regional organizations and great powers. Tools examined include arbitration, mediation, negotiation and dialogue groups. Specific protracted conflicts will be investigated.

General Education Attribute(s): Social Scientific Inquiry
Note: Students registered for this course are eligible to apply for the Learning Inside Out (LION) international internship and professional development program.