Master of Arts in Peace and Conflict Studies
The Master of Arts in Peace and Conflict Studies (MA) is a research‐based degree with a minimum duration of one year. The coordinator is Dr Karen Brouneus: firstname.lastname@example.org
Requirements for an MA in Peace and Conflict Studies
Students engage in a programme of research and learning leading to the production of a thesis of 30,000 to 40,000 words which is internally and externally assessed. The MA can be done on a full‐time or a part‐time basis, and enrolment can take place at any time during the year.
Eligibility for the MA in Peace and Conflict Studies
The MA is aimed at candidates who have completed a four‐year degree with at least a B average (or equivalent) overall for their first degree, and have achieved at least a B+ in a major research essay or dissertation during the last year of their first degree. Acceptance as a candidate for the MA degree depends upon the University being able to provide adequate expert supervision in the intended area of research.
Masters Theses completed at the Centre
Learning from the past: an investigation of organisational learning in a non-government organisation in Sri Lanka, M Nissanka.