PCR 321: Internship

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, the students should be able to:

  1. engage in practical experiences and applications of theoretical knowledge in the field of Conflict and Peace Studies; and
  2. engage in personal evaluation and assessment so far, on the programme of study.
Course Contents

Students are required to undertake Internship of practical conflict cases, conflict resolution processes and peace settlement. The experience provides opportunities to apply theories, models and approaches to conflict resolution as well as challenges the process may entail. Internship reports will be first presented in class in a seminar format to enable discussion and wider in-puts, after which the reports may be revised and submitted for grading.