Having trouble deciding whether you want to study online or on campus? If so, a hybrid graduate program in conflict and peace studies may be worth considering. Hybrid programs offer flexibility with your course schedule but still give you the option to interact with students in class and utilize computer labs and various student services while you’re on campus.
Hybrid peace and conflict studies graduate programs help students gain advanced knowledge in areas such as political science, geography, economics, international relations, sociology, religion and anthropology as they relate to human behavior, violence and conflict resolution. Because the field is so multi-faceted, conflict and peace studies professionals may specialize in a variety of areas including genocide and mass violence; family law and domestic violence protection; local and international development; mediation or dispute settlement; diplomacy; victim support and reparation; or prison system reform. Learn more about hybrid online/campus graduate degrees in conflict management today!
Filter your hybrid search by degree for Hybrid Masters Programs in Conflict and Peace Studies or Ph.D. Doctorate Hybrid Programs in Conflict and Peace Studies. Just starting out? Consider a Hybrid Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution.