Georgetown University MA in Conflict Resolution
From Darfur to Iraq to Washington D.C., disputes over politics, culture, resources, and religion have given rise to the need for new and creative approaches to resolving conflict. While deeply-rooted conflicts are often not fully resolved, they may be transformed from heated or violent disputes into more manageable, peaceful forms. The multi-disciplinary Georgetown M.A. Program in Conflict Resolution seeks to equip its graduates with the theoretical and practical tools necessary to better understand the nature of, and solutions to, many types and degrees of conflict.
Applications for fall 2009 are now being accepted. Applications are accepted from students with a wide variety of academic and professional backgrounds, including Political Science, Government, International Relations, Business, Law, Sociology, Psychology, Peace Studies, History, Security Studies, and others.
Applications are due February 16, 2009 for fall enrollment.