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  • Undergraduate Programs | Future Students | MSC
    Volunteer Opportunities Community Support Resources Academic Resources Alumni Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Undergraduate Programs At Menno Simons College you have the option of completing two undergraduate studies programs Conflict Resolution Studies and International Development Studies Students register for Menno Simons College courses through The University of Winnipeg and and upon completion of the program graduate with a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Winnipeg Menno Simons College takes pride in helping students reach their goals in addressing inequality poverty crime war and violence Faculty staff and students aspire to embody values of justice peace and service both in the classroom and throughout our lives Through course work and practica local and international work placements you will have hands on learning opportunities to tackle these pressing issues You can also take courses in international development and conflict resolution as electives for other University of Winnipeg programs Conflict Resolution Studies Are you interested in the nature and dynamics of human conflict This interdisciplinary program explores topics of violence power justice peace communication and culture from personal local and international perspectives Conflict Resolution Studies offers you the option of pursuing a Bachelor of Arts 3 Year Major Conflict Resolution Studies Bachelor of Arts 4 Year Major Conflict Resolution Studies Bachelor of Arts Minor Conflict Resolution Studies International Development Studies Are you interested in world issues and social justice Would you like to learn live and work in a way that helps make society more equitable and sustainable This program looks at the causes of poverty and the process of economic and social development You will learn about local national and global connections between hunger poverty war politics religion economics and globalization International Development

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  • Application | Future Students | MSC
    Studies Frequently Asked Questions Arrange a Campus Visit Employment Opportunities Student Service s Academic Advising Student Community Relations Student Events Conference Workshop Bursaries Student Association Volunteer Opportunities Community Support Resources Academic Resources Alumni Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Application Students who complete programs at Menno Simons College will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Winnipeg Applications for students wishing to take courses in Menno Simons College programs are completed through The University of Winnipeg Online Application oa uwinnipeg ca Internet Admissions In Person Mail or Fax Another way is to download an Application Form PDF below and submit your completed form in person by mail or fax along with the application fee It is your responsibility to meet deadline dates submit all required documentation and pay the application fee IMPORTANT NOTE the application fee for new students Canadian citizens and permanent residents is 80 00 Please include the correct fee amount when paying by cheque or money order Incorrect application fee amounts cannot be processed Application Form Application Guide In Person The University of Winnipeg Student Central Mail

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  • International Development Studies First Year | Future Students | MSC
    Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC International Development Studies First Year Are you interested in international or local peace and justice issues International Development Studies IDS is a program that challenges students to explore the causes and consequences of processes that can promote or exclude individuals communities and nations Senior students also benefit from a practicum where they will apply their theory and skills to real world situations In your first year you ll take Introduction to International Development Studies In this course you ll begin to study the main development issues in Africa Asia and Latin America and local Canadian issues and be encouraged to think about how you can be an agent of change You ll explore what has been done in the name of development by looking at topics like poverty gender and the environment And you ll learn how to pose and answer questions about current development challenges and think about how to make change at the global national and community levels Learn more about the IDS degree With great and friendly faculty and staff Menno Simons College has become the home away from home for many students It is a place where you can learn

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  • Conflict Resolution Studies First Year | Future Students | MSC
    Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Conflict Resolution Studies First Year The interdisciplinary field of Conflict Resolution Studies CRS deals with the nature and dynamics of human conflict It explores topics of violence power justice peace communication and culture as well as personal local and global conflict You can choose from courses in a variety of different subject areas and complete a practicum program in either a local or international setting as part of your university education In your first year you ll take Introduction to Conflict Resolution Studies This course is designed to develop an understanding of the roots and the nature of human conflict of responses to conflict and of models for constructive ways to deal with human conflict between individuals groups and nations The themes of anger violence creative dimensions of conflict mediation and resolution will be examined from a variety of different perspectives Learn more about the CRS degree Conflict is a natural everyday thing but not a lot of people sit down and critically think about it Being in this degree I find myself doing that and I m more confident in my ability to deal with conflict in my life Lacie

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  • Frequently Asked Questions | Future Students | MSC
    generally begins in the middle of June and runs through the summer Winter registration occurs in December and the beginning of January Spring term registration is in March What courses should I register for If you are interested in a specific program we encourage you to take the prerequisite course s in your first year Introductory courses provide a good overview and can often pique an interest in a certain subject area As you take your introductory courses think about the topics that are most interesting and which other courses you might want to take for your major Always consult The University of Winnipeg s Academic Calendar or the Menno Simons College Academic Advisor to make sure you take all the courses required for the major It is also a good idea to get an early start on your required courses in science academic writing social sciences and humanities Meeting with an Academic Advisor regularly at least once a year will help ensure you are selecting the right courses To make an appointment with a University of Winnipeg Academic Advisor please call 204 786 9257 Does Menno Simons College have on campus housing or recommend places for students to rent At this time Menno Simons College does not have student housing However students have housing options through both The University of Winnipeg 204 786 9900 and Canadian Mennonite University 204 487 3300 How does this Menno Simons College Canadian Mennonite University and University of Winnipeg arrangement work Menno Simons College is a college of Canadian Mennonite University and is affiliated with The University of Winnipeg This means that Menno Simons College offers courses at The University of Winnipeg and to take courses you register through The University of Winnipeg and pay all fees to The University of Winnipeg Menno Simons

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  • Arrange a Campus Visit | Future Students | MSC
    First Year International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Frequently Asked Questions Arrange a Campus Visit Employment Opportunities Student Service s Academic Advising Student Community Relations Student Events Conference Workshop Bursaries Student Association Volunteer Opportunities Community Support Resources Academic Resources Alumni Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Arrange a Campus Visit The best way to experience our campus is to come in and see it for yourself If you are interested in visiting Menno Simons College please contact our Academic Advisor Gina Loewen at g loewen uwinnipeg ca or 204 953 3848 Our Academic Advisor will give you a tour of our campus and meet with you to discuss your interests and how Conflict Resolution Studies or International Development Studies may match your academic goals You can also make arrangements to sit in and observe a class You are also welcome to have a University of Winnipeg Student Ambassador show you around the university campus and share with you what it s like to be a UWinnipeg student The University of Winnipeg campus tours run throughout the year To book your visit complete an

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  • Employment Opportunities | Future Students | MSC
    Studies with International Development Studies Psychology Sociology Business Administration or Politics Employers may not specifically ask for a degree in Conflict Resolution Studies but consider whether the skills you have match those they value in an employee Contact the employer chat with him or her talk about yourself and the skills you have Sell yourself and the merits of your degree Where you look for work and how assertively you present yourself will make a difference Many graduates will further their studies with a Masters degree in Peace Studies or Conflict Management Studies Others work as mediators or provide workplace training in basic conflict resolution skills Some graduates work with prisoners as they plan to leave the prison system there are also graduates who are employed as Ombudspeople mortgage consultants project managers employment officers drop in centre program coordinators overseas peace workers curriculum developers for school peer mediation programs social workers and lawyers there are many career opportunities available to you what you do with your degree is up to you International Development Studies A major in International Development Studies equips you with skills that apply in any work situation and in particular you gain skills for specialized work in developing communities and countries Moreover International Development Studies provide you with a new perspective on politics and economics that helps you understand society and relate to other cultures What you do with an International Development Studies degree is up to you but we can make a few recommendations If you take International Development Studies combine it with another compatible major a double major is great preparation for a career or graduate studies For example you might want to take International Development Studies with Conflict Resolution Politics Economics Sociology Anthropology History or Geography The career you find may not be advertised

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  • Academic Advising | Current Students | MSC
    Academic Advising Student Community Relations Student Events Conference Workshop Bursaries Student Association Volunteer Opportunities Community Support Resources Academic Resources Alumni Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Academic Advising Our Academic Advisor is interested in answering any of your questions about Conflict Resolution Studies and International Development Studies program requirements declaring your major and

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