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DPA - DOCTORS LEADERS FOR PEACE

DOCTORATE CURRICULUM

ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

 

The organization of the United Nations (ONU-I1)

Presentation of the United Nations (ONU-S2)

 

ECONOMY AND FINANCE (ECF)

 

Strategic processes and complexity management (ECF-S1)

Corporate strategy in the era of globalization (ECF-I2)

The new economy and its rules (ECF-I3)

International finance (ECF-I4)

International tax and business law (ECF-I5)

Development issues : advanced and developing countries (ECF-I6)

 

SOCIOLOGY AND RELIGION (SER)

 

Population and inhabitant control in the world, future of the family (SER-I1) ??

Urbanization and territoriality (SER-I2)

Essential studies of major religions in the world (Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Taoism and Confucianism, Zoroastrianism) (SER-I3)

Religions and philosophies : ethics of peace and non-violence (SER-S4)

Political philosophy and common good (SER-I5)

Underlying causes of conflicts (SER-I6)

Global governance models (SER-I7)

 

SCIENCES (SCI)

 

Ecological economics and environment technology (SCI-I1)

Information Technologies, opportunities and risks (SCI-I2)

Molecular biology and the post-genome era (SCI-I4)

Biodiversity and nutritional programs (SCI-S5)

Monitoring technological development (SCI-I6)

 

PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR (PCH)

 

Negotiation and mediation processes (PCH-I1)

Inter-religious and inter-cultural management (PCH-S2)

International negotiations (PCH-I3)

Bases of human psychology (PCH-I4)

Spirituality and human behaviors (PCH-S5)

Resolving ISM conflicts and interactions (PCH-I6)

Lobbying in the multicultural environment (PCH-I7)

 

PEDAGOGY AND COMMUNICATION (PEC)

 

Personal communication (PEC-I1)

Communication strategies during peace and conflict (PEC-I2)

Educational techniques and new pedagogical materials (PEC-I3)

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