Global Peacebuilding

Certificate

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Overview

The Global Peacebuilding Certificate program seeks to build students’ understanding of historical and contemporary causes of conflict as they learn practical peacebuilding skills. By providing a multi-disciplinary approach to these topics, students will learn to engage and collaborate with a range of communities and develop professional skills.

Real World Application

Employment opportunities vary depending on the major, but the skills and viewpoints developed in this certificate program related to justice, conflict response, and structural or institutional development will be highly sought after in professional environments, such as trauma healing, humanitarian action, development, or education.

Program Advisors

Colin Flint

Colin Flint

Distinguished Professor

435-797-5962
MAIN 320B
colin.flint@usu.edu

Stacey Kelly

Stacey Kelly

Academic Advisor

435.797.3883
Old Main 106
stacey.kelly@usu.edu

Patrick Q. Mason

Patrick Q. Mason

Leonard J. Arrington Chair of Mormon History and Culture, Associate Professor of Religious Studies and History

435-797-0572
Main 321U
patrick.mason@usu.edu

Tammy Proctor

Tammy Proctor

Distinguished Professor

435-797-8452
Old Main 323A
tammy.proctor@usu.edu

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Scholarships & Financial Aid

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