Peace and Conflict Studies
The peace and conflict studies minor offers students the opportunity to pursue peacemaking and conflict transformation in coordination with an academic major.
The PCS minor fits well with a semester-long cross-cultural experience in Northern Ireland or Washington, D.C. Students take three required PCS classes in addition to one semester off-campus to complete the PCS minor. Both programs offer students the opportunity to study peace related topics and gain valuable hands-on experience through an internship.
Bluffton University is member of the Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA).
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Forms to declare a minor in peace and conflict studies.
PEACE Club meets every Wednesday at 5 p.m. in Bob's Place to plan events, discuss current events, pray for the healing of our world and encourage each other on our journeys. Whether student or community member, we'd love to have you join us for whatever you are able!
Spirituality & Shalom
"Spirituality & Shalom: Living at the Intersection of Faith & Justice," the 2013 Intercollegiate Peace Fellowship, organized by Bluffton students, was held Feb. 8-10.
The annual Jim Satterwhite Award in Peace Scholarship and Activism, is presented annually to a student with a demonstrated commitment to peace scholarship.