A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Political science provides individuals with an understanding of the executive, legislative, and judicial processes that are used to govern a country or society. Their impact on the economic and social structure is also examined.
The Caribbean Sea is a sea of the Atlantic Ocean located in the tropics of the Western hemisphere. It is bounded by Mexico and Central America to the west and southwest, to the north by the Greater Antilles, to the east by the Lesser Antilles, and to the south by South America.
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Provide expertise to assess the contemporary international issues, so that the specialist learn to anticipate, manage and resolve situations created in the sphere of influence and manages to control its potential effects, both from the point of view of international security, as of the political, economic and strategic for state entities, personalities or interest groups, transnational corporations and international organizations. [+]
Specialization in Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods has been designed with professionals in law, as consultants or third parties, mediation, conciliation or arbitration, whether or not of a commercial nature. [+]
El programa que presenta la Universidad para la Paz en idioma español tiene como objetivo formar líderes con los elementos de un desarrollo humano integral para el siglo XXI. [+]
The specialization in international dispute settlement offers students an understanding of the role that international law and institutions play in the settlement of international and transnational disputes. [+]
The Masters degree in Urban Governance and Peace approaches these challenges in a unique way by posing the question ‘What is a peaceful city?’ and crucially... [+]
Masters degree in Urban Governance and Peace
Between 2007 and 2008 a famous ‘tipping-point’ was reached. For the first time in history the majority of the world's population began living in cities and not in rural areas. In recent years, much of this flow has been accounted for by a rapidly urbanising Global South, and we have seen a boom in the number of ‘mega-cities’ with over five million dwellers across the planet. In this context, the present and future of humanity is increasingly urban, and the challenges, and also solution for humankind, will have an increasingly urban face.The Masters degree in Urban Governance and Peace approaches these challenges in a unique way by posing the question ‘What is a peaceful city?’ and crucially, ‘How can such a city be achieved and sustained?’Building the peaceful and sustainable cities we want begins here.... [-]