SPIRe are running a new Masters programme in Peace and Conflict studies and is available as an MSc or an MA.
The programme is for 1 year full time or 2 years part-time.
Students will use comparative political science models and methods to analyse patterns of conflict and settlement, with a focus on internal violent conflicts, past and present.
- This course allows analysis of the different ways that religion, ethnicity and inequality combine to generate violence.
- Specialist resources in the study of theories of ethnicity, identity, conflict; comparative ethnic conflict; Northern Ireland, Western Europe and relevant cognate specialisms in civic republicanism, justice and human rights, international security, European politics, and development studies.
- Includes additional research components and is particularly suitable if you want a career in research or academia.
Core modules include Gender in Peace and Conflict, Psychology of Conflict in the Middle East, with many other courses available as options.
MA: For more information on this programme click here
MSc: For more information on this programme click here