The Master of Peace and Conflict Studies (MPACS) program has extended the deadline for Fall 2019 Canadian and Permanent Resident applications to May 1, 2019. If you are interested in pursuing a career in the field of peace and conflict by learning with a small cohort and field-experienced faculty, apply now!
Taking a critical, grassroots approach to peacebuilding, the MPACS program is a vibrant, interdisciplinary master's degree that prepares students to become agents of non-violent change.
Students in this 16-month program complete foundational coursework, an optional internship, and practical skill development courses, with options for independent research. A flexible course schedule allows students to tailor classes to their interests, with the benefit of foundational core courses.
The MPACS program prepares students with the knowledge and practical skills needed to contribute to nonviolent peacebuilding efforts.