(12 full courses or their equivalent, including at least one 400-series course)
1. HIS103Y1/ECO100Y1/ECO105Y1; (PSY100H1 + PSY220H1)/SOC101Y1/(SOC102H1 + SOC103H1); POL208Y1. Except for POL208Y1, substitutions may be permitted for other introductory courses in relevant disciplines, based on a students rationale and on approval of the Program Director.
3. Three FCEs from one of Groups A, B, C, D, E or F (below), or substitutions with a rationale that must be approved by the Program Director. Students may substitute from different disciplines or with different courses from within these disciplines. At least one FCE must be at the 300+-level.
4. Three complementary FCEs with either a disciplinary, regional, or thematic focus relevant to Peace, Conflict and Justice(on approval of the Director, based on the needs of students' interdisciplinary programs of study). At least two FCEs must be at the 300+-level. Upt to 1.0 FCEs of MUN courses may be used to fulfill this requirement, subject to approval by the Director.
3 FCEs from one of ANT, ECO, GGR and Environmental Studies (combined), HIS, HPS, PHL, POL, PSY, RLG, SLA, SOC, or from other units with a rationale approved by the Program Director.
(Note: The disciplinary focus in this cluster must be different from the discipline chosen in requirement 3. For instance, HIS is excluded for students who have taken 3 HIS FCEs to meet requirement 3; POL is excluded for students who have taken 3 POL FCEs, etc. )
Regional Studies focus:
3 FCEs on, for example, Canada, Southern Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, or the Slavic countries.
3 FCEs on a thematic topic proposed by the student and approved by the Program Director. Examples include negotiation and conflict resolution, diplomatic history, gender and conflict, morality of war, quantitative analysis, group-identity conflict, economic development and conflict, literature, culture, and everyday life of conflict, or environmental change and conflict.