Because of the interdisciplinary nature of Peace Studies, methods from a variety of disciplines can be called upon. The Peace Studies faculty expect students to have a level of research proficiency that will help them to be effective advocates for their communities or their ideas.
Understanding a new situation. Students are expected to be able to analyze and build on historical evidence in order to know what has happened in the past in a community or organization, as well as in the world at large.
Presenting an idea. Students are expected to include evidence to support their arguments, and to gain the skill to find and analyze that evidence.
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