According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nonprofit organizations are among the fastest growing sectors in the United States. Graduates of the M.A. Transformative Social Change: Peace and Justice Studies Specialization may find work in local or global nonprofit organizations, political campaigns, or as educators.

Through a multidisciplinary perspective, graduates will understand how justice and nonviolence can be used to transform conflicts into constructive change. By bridging the gap between cultures and larger society, they encourage people to delve more deeply into the causes of social problems at all levels. Graduates of this master’s program will become scholars, practitioners and activists, dedicated to affecting positive change on a global scale.

By demonstrating skills that foster participation and inclusion, graduates can help lead nonprofits, charitable organizations, or activist groups in finding ways to deliver a message that resonates and reflects the values of peace and justice.

Total Credits: 32-35

More program information can be found in our academic catalog.

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