Peace Studies:

Why Choose Peace Studies?

This concentration is offered in cooperation with Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS) for the purpose of establishing a limited articulation of graduate courses as part of an academic exchange program between the Master of Science in Community and International Development program at Andrews University and the Master of Arts:  Peace Studies program at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary.  Students will work with the Director of CIDP to choose appropriate courses and steps to take to get registered.  Students will not register for these courses through Andrews.  They will take the courses from AMBS and register through the AMBS system and be transferred to AU.

Peace Studies core courses: (12)

HTE550 - Introduction to Peace Studies and Nonviolence, Credits: 3

HTE644- Christian Attitudes Toward War, Peace, & Revolution, Credits: 3

CHM542 - Education for Peace and Justice, Credits: 2

CHM633 - Conflict, Communication, and Conciliation, Credits: 3

HTE641- Economic Justice and Christian, Credits: 3

HTE643 - International Politics in Christian Perspective, Credits: 3

CHM608 - Christian Spirituality for Peace- and Justice-Making, Credits: 3