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Conflict, Security and Development (MA)


Course Description

Students take a combination of compulsory and option modules, depending on the particular MA/PGDip programme they are registered for.

For further information about modules consult the Postgraduate brochure.

- Introduction to Peace Studies
- Conflict resolution: Theory and Practice 1 & 2
- International Politics and Security Studies
- Critical Security Studies
- Introduction to African Politics
- African Approaches to Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding
- Peacebuilding and Post-Conflict Reconstruction
- African Security Studies
- Crisis of Post-Coloniality in Africa
- Arms Control and Proliferation
- Conflict and Change in Contemporary Latin America
- European Regional Security
- Human Rights
- The Middle East: Area in Conflict
- Politics of the Global Environment
- Regional Security in East Asia
- Nationalism, Peace and Conflict
- From Islam and the West to Muslims of the West: the challenge of co-existence
- Conflict Resolution, Peacekeeping, Peacebuilding & the Humanitarian Community Peacebuilding and Post-Conflict Reconstruction
- Democracy – Theory and Practice
- Christianity & Politics
- Sri Lanka Study Visit (not available every year)
- Africa Study Visit (not available every year)
- Participation: Theories and Values
- Participation: Methods and Practices

Entry Requirements

A good first degree (2:1 Hons) or equivalent

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