The following courses currently are offered at the undergraduate level. Students majoring in Peace and Conflict Studies under the Faculty of Social Science will have to earn total 128 Credits to successfully complete the program. In addition to introductory knowledge about peace education and major interdisciplinary issues, PACS undergraduate students are expected to develop critical perspectives on peace and conflict issues and skills about conflict management. They systematically investigate the causes of violence and conflict and acquire hands-on training about how to transform and apply those skills in daily life. Courses designed at this level provide interdisciplinary knowledge and broadly cover issues relevant to peace studies. PACS undergraduate consists of 32 courses equally distributed in 8 semesters.