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The Master of Science in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (GMAP) is the first and only graduate degree of its kind.
This professional degree prepares graduates to analyze risk factors, formulate strategies, and implement policies and practices to reduce the occurrence, severity, and potential for reoccurrence of genocides and other mass atrocities around the world. With a focus on the application of an atrocity prevention lens, the program educates students to recognize opportunities to engage in upstream (before conflict), midstream (during conflict) and downstream (post-conflict) prevention measures. Through an interdisciplinary approach integrating classroom learning, applied research, engagement with practitioners, and an intensive field placement, the program prepares graduates to be prevention actors at the micro- (individual), meso- (organizational), and macro- (societal) levels. The program is University-wide and overseen by the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention which reports to the Provost.
Additionally, we offer three double degree programs that allow students to earn a Master of Science in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (MS in GMAP) and another master's degree in public admin, history, or systems science from Binghamton University in just three years. Students in these programs gain knowledge, skills, and perspectives in fields other than genocide and mass atrocity prevention. Each dual degree program leads to the award of two professional degrees in significantly less time (and tuition costs) than if the two degrees were pursued separately.
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