MA Program: Peace and Conflict Studies in Turkey with Hacettepe University

MA Program: Peace and Conflict Studies in Turkey with Hacettepe University

Posted by Ayca Guralp on October 13, 2013 at 11:30am in Scholarship, Fellowship Opportunities and Academic Programs

Hacettepe University in Turkey is now accepting applications for its Spring 2014 enrollment into its MA Program in Peace and Conflict Studies. In the program, students:

Learn from great experts in the field, such as Oliver Richmond and Jorgen Johansen.
Receive all course instruction in English.
Engage in rich classroom discussions with other students from a diverse range of countries.
Apply learned conflict transformation skills in a communal living setting with fellow students, program staff, and instructors.

A few courses within the program include:

Peace and Conflict Theory
Conflict Transformation Approaches and Practices
Applied Conflict Analysis
Peace Psychology
Designing Peace Initiatives
Comparative Identity-Based Conflicts

The application deadline is December 15th. For more information please visit the webpage at http://www.peace.hacettepe.edu.tr.

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