Master of Arts in Peace and Justice Studies
|Entrance Semesters:||Fall (August)|
|Application Deadline:||February 15, 2011 (2011/2012 academic year)|
|Minimum Grade Point Average:||3.00 (4.00 scale) in all undergraduate course work|
|Standardized Admission Test:||Graduate Record Examination* (GRE) General Test only|
|Required Course Work:||None|
|Additional Requirements:||3 Letters of Recommendation|
|TOEFL exam for international students|
|* may be waived at the discretion of the Program Director|
Application Completion - Application Packet available from USD’s Office of Graduate Admissions
On your application indicate if you are applying for the 12-month or 17-month track:
12-month track - A minimum of three years experience relevant to the field of peace and justice
17-month track - Additional Requirements : None
Financial Aid and Tuition
All students accepted into the Peace and Justice Studies Program are eligible to be considered for the Gandhi Fellowships and the Joan B. Kroc Scholarships in Peace and Justice Studies.
Application for program admission constitutes application for these fellowships and scholarships.
Awards are determined by faculty committee.
Students selected for Gandhi Fellowships will receive a minimum of $11,500 applied to tuition.
Gandhi Fellows will be involved in various activities in the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice and the Trans-Border Institute in collaboration with USD faculty and Institute officials.
The Gandhi Fellowships and other financial aid are offered to permit full-time study
For more information
|On the Master's Program - Contact:||On how to apply - Visit Graduate Admissions:|
Lee Ann Otto, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies
Admissions office located in Serra Hall, Room 202.
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm.
Contact and mailing information:
University of San Diego
Phone: (619) 260-4524