Kennesaw State University’s new School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development is to offer a master’s degree in conflict management, a dual master’s degree in conflict and business administration, and a doctorate in international conflict management.
Its mission statement outlines the school’s goals to include the training of its students with peacemaking and development skills in domestic and international contexts. It also is to conduct research on conflict, peace and development with the intent of affecting official policy making.
In addition, the school is to enact related programming and inspire peace and the promotion of positive change.
The school officially opened on March 15 with a panel discussion and the signing of two memorandums of agreement that are to widen the scope of conflict resolution education.
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Posted: March 29, 2018