PACS offers an individually tailored program of study that provides students with 1) the ability to more constructively handle conflict in family, workplace, and community settings, 2) a foundation for peace-and conflict-related careers, and 3) a better understanding of public policy controversies.
New class: PACS 3850: International Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding. This course explores the dynamics of international conflict and efforts at its peaceful resolution. Click to learn more!
New Global Seminar Course
PACS 3540: Migration, Human Rights & Conflict in the Mediterranean (Valletta, Malta). Join PACS for an intensive 3-week seminar hosted in Malta exploring the complex challenges of human migration.
PACS is excited to be affiliated with CU's International Affairs Program (IAFS). We work with IAFS staff and students to develop the complementary strengths of these programs, and to create new synergies for the study of local, regional, national and international conflict situations.
To receive the Certificate in Peace, Conflict, and Security, students must complete a series of Requirements that include core PACS courses as well as electives drawn from a large list of Approved Courses.
Learn more about how to enroll in the PACS Certificate Program: