Problem Solving for Real World Issues.
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The IPCR master’s degree program offers an innovative curriculum that allows students to develop an area of concentration within the discipline, build an international network of contacts, and gain practical experience. Arcadia’s IPCR program educates and trains you to be a practitioner who is able to develop innovative approaches to global and local peacebuilding. Through project-based learning, fieldwork, and internships you will develop practical, operational skills such as conflict analysis and conflict transformation. In your classes, you work with faculty to connect theory and practice, graduating with the skills and knowledge to make a positive difference in the world.
Our three-semester*, cohort-based Master's program will train you to be an advocate, activist, and social entrepreneur who is able to develop innovative approaches to global and local peacebuilding and development. You will be well-prepared for careers in the nonprofit/nongovernmental organization sector, as well as in other public, private, and academic fields.
*Dual Degree Programs may take longer, depending on the length of the additional program.
For more information, visit www.arcadia.edu/ipcr