PCS - Peace and Conflict Studies
PCS 2000 Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Cr. 3
Open to all undergraduate students. Introduction to the peace and conflict studies field and co-major. Survey, ranging from biology and conflict among animals to disputes involving the individual, the family, region, nation and global or international community. Definitions and approaches to peace. (Some sections linked to Peace and Justice Learning Community.) Offered Every Term.
PCS 2010 Topics in Peace and Conflict Studies Cr. 1-4
Special topics on issues relating to peace and conflict studies. Offered Every Term.
Repeatable for 12 Credits
PCS 2020 Science, Technology, and War Cr. 4
Modern weapons, nuclear and conventional are becoming increasingly available and dangerous. Science and technology, as well as factors of government and society, underpin arms development and use. History of humanity and its tools of war and violence. Offered Yearly.
PCS 2050 The Study of Non-Violence Cr. 3
Intellectual and social roots of non-violence and the practice of non-violence in various societies and people's life styles. Historical and political forces and movements related to non-violence. (Some sections linked to Peace and Justice Learning Community.) Offered Every Term.
PCS 5000 Dispute Resolution Cr. 3
Overview of the processes and actors in the field of dispute resolution including negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and conciliation practices and theory. Offered Every Term.
PCS 5010 Community or International Internship Cr. 3
Internship in dispute resolution, research, social service or international agencies in Detroit area, nationally, or abroad. Offered Every Term.
Prerequisites: PCS 2000 with a minimum grade of D-
PCS 5100 Advanced Special Topics Cr. 3-4
Topics may include: study of negotiating organizations and processes, advanced theory to practice applications, in-depth specialization. Offered for undergraduate credit only. Offered Irregularly.
PCS 5999 Special Readings/Research Cr. 1-4
Intensive study with faculty member on peace-related topic; may include study abroad projects. For co-majors and non-majors. Offered Every Term.
PCS 6000 Senior Seminar in Peace and Conflict Studies Cr. 3
Students work with faculty on a semester research or creative project relevant to concepts studied in the program; serves as capstone program evaluative course. Offered for undergraduate credit only. Offered Every Term.
PCS 6050 Topics in Peace, Security and Non-Violence Cr. 3
Various graduate-level topics in Peace and Security Studies. Offered for graduate credit only. Offered Irregularly.
PCS 6100 Introduction to Graduate Peace and Security Studies Cr. 3
Survey of the peace and security studies fields at the graduate level. Offered for graduate credit only. Offered Fall, Winter.
Equivalent: PS 6100
PCS 7100 Peace Making: Regional, Technological, Transnational Perspectives Cr. 3
The prerequisites for peaceful and secure borders and peace settlements. Offered Winter.
PCS 7800 Graduate Practicum in Peace and Security Studies Cr. 3-4
Field work or applied research in Peace and Security Studies. Offered Every Term.
Prerequisite: PCS 6100, with a minimum grade of C