CCR-6100 Change, Conflict, and Resolution
This graduate-level course examines change, conflict, and resolution in both historic and contemporary contexts and invites students to apply these concepts to personal and professional lives while reflecting on their local, national, and global significance. Through assigned texts and readings, class discussions, and independent research in interdisciplinary subject areas, students will develop an understanding of change, conflict, and resolution as they relate to diverse cultures and eras, including the civil rights movement, women's rights, civil disobedience, working within the system, and revolution. The course will provide students with practical insights culled from a deep understanding of global change and will empower them with tools to steer and manage change in their lives and communities.
Offered in Jan 2023, Apr 2023, Jul 2023, Oct 2023, Jan 2024, Apr 2024
Preview the Online Syllabus
(Please visit the University bookstore to view the correct materials for each course by semester as the contents of the actual online syllabus may differ from the preview due to updates or revisions)