Peace Studies (PACE)
College of Social Sciences
PACE 210 Survey Peace and Conflict Studies (3) Survey of basic concepts, relationships, methods, and debates in modern peace research and conflict resolution studies. Pre: any social science 100- or 200-level course or consent.
PACE 247 Survey of Conflict Management (3) Survey of contemporary conflict management and resolution: negotiation, mediation, conciliation, ombuds, fact-finding, facilitation techniques, arbitration, and litigation. Pre: any social science 100- or 200-level course or consent.
PACE 315 Personal Peace: Stories of Hope (3) Interviewing, writing, and publishing stories of those who have overcome great difficulties to find personal peace. Pre: grade of B or better in ENG 100 or ENG 109, or consent.
PACE 340 Negotiation (3) Negotiation theory, negotiation skills and application of negotiation in conflict prevention, conflict management and conflict resolution. Pre: any Social Science 100 or 200 level course or consent.
PACE 345 Aggression, War, and Peace (3) Biocultural, evolutionary, and cross-cultural perspectives on the conditions, patterns, and processes of violence, war, nonviolence, and peace. Pre: ANTH 200 or consent. (Cross-listed as ANTH 345)
PACE 373 Nonviolent Political Alternatives (3) Exploration of scientific and cultural resources for nonviolent alternatives in politics as bases for future and transformative inquiry and action. Pre: Any POLS 100- or 200-level course, or consent. (Cross-listed as POLS 373)
PACE 397 Nonviolent Alternatives (3) Seminar in which students examine the roots of nonviolence in human experience and explore alternatives to problems ranging from domestic violence to international war.
PACE 399 Directed Reading (V) Directed reading in peace and conflict resolution. Repeatable three times. Pre: Consent.
PACE 410 History of Peace Movements (3) Examination of two centuries of United States, European, Australian, and Hawaiian peace, thought, and action. Also surveys early Christian and secular attitudes to war. Open to nonmajors. Pre: 210 (or concurrent) or consent.
PACE 412 Gandhi, King and Nonviolence (3) Life and thought of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. Pre: any Social Science 100 or 200 level course or consent.
PACE 447 Mediation Skills: U.H. Basic (3) Basic mediation skills training course. Completion of course requirements qualifies student to be listed as a mediator for university disputes, as co-mediator or on mediation panel. Pre: any Social Science 100 or 200 level course, or consent.
PACE 477 Culture and Conflict Resolution (3) Conflict resolution techniques for major world culture. Emphasis on cultures of the Pacific Basin, Pacific Islands, and Asia. Pre: 210 or concurrent.
PACE 478 International Law and Disputes (3) Management, prevention, resolution of international disputes and the role of international law. Pre: any Social Science 100 or 200 level course or consent.
PACE 485 Topics in Peace and Conflict Resolution (3) Recent issues, practices in peace and conflict resolution. Repeatable. Pre: 210 or consent.
PACE 495 Practicum and Internship (3) The Practicum and Internship in Peace and Conflict Resolution provides an opportunity for students to apply the skills and concepts learned in earlier courses. Pre: 210 and two other PACE courses and consent.
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