Dual Degree of Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence and International Law and Human Rights with the University of Peace Postgraduate Program By Brandeis University |Top Universities

Dual Degree of Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence and International Law and Human Rights with the University of Peace

Main Subject Area

Accounting and FinanceMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Accounting and Finance

Study Level

Masters

This dual-degree program requires a minimum of 80 credit hours usually taken during 21 months, or over five consecutive semesters. Participants spend their first year (August to May) at Brandeis University learning the foundations of coexistence and conflict resolution. Students then embark on their COEX three month summer practicum (between May to August). Following their field project, students spend the next two semesters (August to May) at the University for Peace studying international law and human rights, and completing their COEX Master’s Paper. They share their findings with other COEX students through Skype or other means when the Capstone is taking place.

Program overview

Main Subject

Accounting and Finance

Study Level

Masters

This dual-degree program requires a minimum of 80 credit hours usually taken during 21 months, or over five consecutive semesters. Participants spend their first year (August to May) at Brandeis University learning the foundations of coexistence and conflict resolution. Students then embark on their COEX three month summer practicum (between May to August). Following their field project, students spend the next two semesters (August to May) at the University for Peace studying international law and human rights, and completing their COEX Master’s Paper. They share their findings with other COEX students through Skype or other means when the Capstone is taking place.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

7+
Other English Language Requirements:  600 (paper-based TOEFL); 250 (computer-based TOEFL); 68 (PTE).
Jan-2000

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