CMU announces new MA in peacebuilding and collaborative development

Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) recently announced a new Masters of Arts in Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development, which will bridge the fields of peacebuilding-conflict resolution studies and development-transformational justice studies. The MA will draw on resources and networks established at CMU’s two campuses and with practitioner agencies. Initially it will be offered on a part-time basis, beginning with eligible courses at the 2015 Canadian School of Peacebuilding. The new program builds on the institution’s undergraduate programming in the areas of peacebuilding, conflict resolution, and international development and reflects one of CMU’s core values: educating for peace and justice. Currently CMU offers undergraduate studies in Peace and Conflict Transformation at its Shaftesbury campus and Conflict Resolution at Menno Simons College in downtown Winnipeg. Both locations offer undergraduate studies in International Development. –Canadian Mennonite University

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