International Peace, Conflict and Development Studies
There is no single way of understanding peace – there are as many ways of making peace as there are diverse people and cultures
This is one of the ideas underlying the theoretical grounding of the University Master’s Degree in International Peace, Conflict and Development Studies. Based on this assumption, the curriculum of the course provides specific education in the areas of peace studies, conflict transformation, development cooperation, education for peace, cultures of peace, democracy, human rights, communication by peaceful means and gender and postcolonial studies, among other areas. [Read more]
Mode of study: face-to-face learning.
Language of instruction: English or Spanish.