MS Conflict, Peace and Development
In order to effectively deal with the subject of conflict, the MS Conflict, Peace and Development is created to explore the possibilities of peace and development as they emerge. Key ideas and capabilities from a variety of disciplines in the social sciences, humanities, and environmental sciences are brought together in an inter-multidisciplinary program to provide a holistic knowledge of the multifaceted processes. Students try to transfer theoretical, methodological, and practical knowledge through a rigorous set of lectures, seminars, research, and field work in order to operate in a range of roles at regional, national, and international levels after completing their degree program.
- Practical Approaches to Studying Conflict Affected Societies
- Peace and Social Agency, Security and Intervention
- BS with minimum 2.5 CGPA or equivalent from HEC recognized Institute.
- Passing marks in entry test.
Those who complete the MS in Peace, Conflict, and Development Studies will have a more advanced knowledge of the interrelationships between conflict, development, security, and governance in developing, fragile, or transitional countries as well as in conflict-affected areas. You will receive the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue or further build a career in a field that is now a major focus for international, national, and local policy and practitioner groups, as well as the general public. You will be prepared to work in a variety of industries, including:
- International development
- Conflict prevention and peace building
- Post-conflict recovery
- Humanitarian aid
- Natural resource management