Majoring in Peace Studies at Chapman University creates a student that can analyze the problem-centered and multicultural world for the sources of social conflict and explore the potential for nonviolent resolutions. Students will concentrate on one department of four courses to create expertise in an area associated with his/her career choice. Overseas studies is strongly encouraged.
» B.A. in Peace Studies
+ - Possible Occupations
- Active Nonviolence
- Civil-military relations
- Civil Rights Advocacy
- Community Relations
- Community Organizing, Mobilization, Social Action
- Conflict Resolution/Monitoring
- Educational Reformist
- Foreign Service Officer
- Housing & Urban Development
- Human Rights
- Community Healing
- Gender Equality
- Refugee Resettlement & Services
- Protection & Monitoring
- Emergency & Response
- Minority and Marginalized Empowerment
- Information Management for Relief Operations
- Inter-faith, inter-ethnic, and intercultural dialogue
- Leadership Development & Training
- Mediation & Dispute Settlement
- Non-Government Organizations
- Peace Processes
- Policy Analysis
- Political Aide
- Political Campaign Manager
- Post-Conflict Reconstruction
- Public Health Worker
- Prison System
- Social Support
- United Nations Delegate
- Violence Prevention/Resolution
Additional Resources about career and internship opportunities are available on the Peace Studies Homepage.
+ - Professional Associations
- National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration
- American Enterprising Institute for Public Policy Research
- The Peace and Justice Studies Association
- American Political Science Association
- American Association of Political Consultants
- Center for Responsive Politics
- Government Accountability Project
- American Academy of Religion
- Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management
- American League of Lobbyists
+ - Chapman Organizations
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