Conflict Analysis and Trauma Studies Minor

Conflict Analysis and Trauma Studies Minor 

Learn the framework for individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance social empowerment and resiliency in healing from conflict, trauma and loss.

The undergraduate minor in conflict analysis and trauma studies (CATS), provides the only academic program in the nation that combines the two complementary areas of conflict resolution and trauma studies. Conflict resolution programs primarily are combined with peace and conflict studies, while the trauma studies programs are predominantly in clinical mental health programs. The CATS program bridges these two areas.

This program provides foundational knowledge in microsystems (individuals, families) and larger social macrosystems (communities, nations). It also provides a variety of professional trainings, beyond clinical professions, for post-trauma and post-conflict reconstruction.

18 credit hours
100% online

*This estimate includes online tuition and College of Health and Human Sciences fees and is for illustrative purposes only. Your hours and costs will differ depending on your transfer hours, course choices and your academic progress. See more about tuition and financial aid.

Special Fee Structure for 2020-21 Academic Year
To assist our students during the COVID-19 outbreak, we are reducing online tuition and eliminating distance fees for many programs.

 

 

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