Joint M.A. Program in Peace and Conflict Studies

The Joint M.A. Program in Peace and Conflict Studies (JMP-PACS) encompasses the analysis and resolution of social conflicts; peace research that examines the structural roots of social conflicts, divisions, and social inequalities; and strategies for building community and promoting social justice. The Program is intended to be rigorous as the significance of research and intervention for conflict resolution, peace-building, and creating a culture of human rights demands a high standard of commitment, scholarship, and professionalism.

The Joint M.A. Program is supervised by the Joint Discipline Committee (JDC) consisting of members of the faculty of the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg. The program is governed by the general procedures and regulations devised by the two universities for Joint Master's Programs.

Courses and thesis direction are offered at both institutions, and students completing the program may elect to receive their degress from both of the participating universities. Students may choose between a course/practicum option and a thesis option.


As of July 6, 2017:


Chair, Joint Masters Program
Dr. Eliakim Sibanda  University of Winnipeg               204.786.9012


Associate Chair, Joint Masters Program
Dr. Adam Muller,  University of Manitoba            204.480.1445


If you have any questions regarding the Joint Masters Program in Peace and Conflict, please email  Peace and Conflict Studies at   or  204-474-8894

or visit room 261 St. Paul's College, University of Manitoba.




 For more information, please contact or 204-474-8894.

Applications are due December 1.

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