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Hawaii Tokai International College Peace Studies Concentration (with A.A. Degree in Liberal Arts)
Hawaii Tokai International College

Peace Studies Concentration (with A.A. Degree in Liberal Arts)

Kapolei, USA

15 Months

English

Full time

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USD 4,250 / per semester

On-Campus

* August 1, 2022 if you do not need F-1 Visa

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Introduction

Inspired by the peace philosophies of Dr. Shigeyoshi Matsumae, the founder of the Tokai University Educational System (TES), Hawaii Tokai International College (HTIC) strives to create and foster global citizens who embrace peace, democracy, and pluralism. The Peace Studies Certificate Program manifests the HTIC and TES missions to promote peace through internationally-oriented education. It seeks to bring together students who wish to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for conflict resolution, risk management, and peace-building.

The Peace Studies Certificate Program offers students the opportunity to study and promote peace in interpersonal, institutional, societal and/or global terms. The program benefits students who want to major in areas such as International Relations, Conflict Management, Risk Management, Social Work, Psychology, Education/Teaching, Development, and Justice.


Why Peace Studies?

  • Explore how you are connected to world affairs and what you can do to promote peace
  • Meet other students interested in the areas of peace studies and related studies
  • Get involved with local peace-building organizations
  • Learn various approaches to build peace
  • Develop the skills necessary to make tangible contributions to global peace and prosperity


Program Focus

In the Peace Studies Certificate Program, students explore sources of conflicts and various approaches to create “negative” and “positive” peace.

The program emphasizes broad, multidisciplinary areas/issues such as:

  • Conflict Resolution and Peace-building
  • Security Studies
  • Socio-economic Development
  • Cross-cultural Communication
  • Democracy and Pluralism
  • Environmental Protection and Biodiversity
  • Sustainable Resource Development
  • Human Rights

Certificates of Completion

Students who successfully complete the Peace Studies program will receive Certificates of Completion with their Associate in Arts diplomas.

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