Peace & Justice Studies (PJST)

PJST 1000  Introduction to Peace and Justice Studies  (4 semester hours)  
This course introduces students to the study of peace and justice, drawing on theories and practices from interdisciplinary perspectives. It aims to cover the development of the academic discipline of peace and justice studies as well as the histories and ethical dilemmas of non-violent social action and civil disobedience. Required for all minors. University Core fulfilled: Explorations: Understanding Human Behavior.
PJST 3800  Peace and Justice Internship  (1-4 semester hours)  
The academic component of a supervised internship in a peace and justice organization.
PJST 3998  Special Studies  (1-4 semester hours)  
PJST 3999  Independent Studies  (1-4 semester hours)  
PJST 5900  Peace and Justice Senior Thesis  (4 semester hours)  
The senior thesis provides the opportunity for students to complete a substantive research project to culminate their study of Peace and Justice. Senior standing required. Consent of PJST Director required. Also, the student must obtain the written approval of the faculty supervisor the semester prior to writing the thesis.