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Richland College is committed to educating for peace, justice, and the abolition of conditions that give rise to violence and war. Programs for students, employees, and the community are offered through the traditional academic curriculum, continuing education, professional development, and teleconferences.
All programs of the Institute are designed to encourage personal growth and wholeness, while at the same time developing the individual's ability to:
The curriculum enhances each person's capacity to respond to life from a position of peace, responsibility, and nonviolence. Students enrolled in the Peace Studies curriculum will develop and enhance:
Peace and Human Rights Studies, School of Communications
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