Units of Study

Students undertaking postgraduate coursework degrees at the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies have the opportunity to study with expert researchers and practitioners in areas including nonviolence, community mediation, human rights, the United Nations, faith-based peacebuilding, and the psychology of peace.

For more information on the units of study currently on offer, please see the table below (for details of session date and time for each unit, you can view the CPACS timetable).

Since not all units in the program are offered in every calendar year, you can also find out more about our full range of electives on the Units of Study section of this website.

2014 | 2015
Semester 1
PACS6901United Nations, Peace and Security
PACS6904Dissertation Part 1
PACS6905Dissertation Part 2
PACS6909Cultures of Violence
PACS6911Key Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS6914Conflict-Resolving Media
PACS6915Human Rights, Peace and Justice
PACS6915Human Rights, Peace and Justice (online)
PACS6919Treatise Part 1
PACS6920Treatise Part 2
PACS6922Peaceful Conflict Transformation (online)
PACS6923The Human Right to Food (online)
PACS6924Democracy in the Developing World (online)
PACS6930Ethics for a Sustainable Peace (online)
Semester 2
PACS6901United Nations, Peace and Security
PACS6904Dissertation Part 1
PACS6905Dissertation Part 2
PACS6911Key Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies
PACS6915Human Rights, Peace and Justice
PACS6915Human Rights, Peace and Justice (online)
PACS6917Religion, War and Peace
PACS6919Treatise Part 1
PACS6920Treatise Part 2
PACS6923The Human Right to Food (online)
PACS6924Democracy in the Developing World (online)
PACS6925Peace and the Global Compact (online)
PACS6927Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding
Summer
PACS6912Nonviolence: Philosophy and Practice
PACS6913Conflict in Organisations
PACS6928Community Mediation: Theory and Practice
PACS6934Conflict-Sensitive Development Practice
 
Winter
PACS6921Peace of Mind: The Psychology of Peace
PACS6928Community Mediation: Theory and Practice
 

The information displayed above is indicative only as online information is subject to change without notice. The Faculty Handbook and the University of Sydney Calendar are the official legal source of information relating to study at the University of Sydney