Credited ICNC/Rutgers-Newark Online Course on Civil Resistance
ICNC and the Rutgers University Graduate School-Newark are accepting applications for the online course, "Civil Resistance and the Dynamics of Nonviolent Conflict."
The world has witnessed a surge in civil resistance movements across different regions. Civil resistance and the dynamics of nonviolent conflict have been instrumental in political transitions from authoritarian and oppressive rule for many decades. Organized civic pressure has been used to fight colonialism and foreign occupation, advance women’s and minority rights, and improve transparency and good governance.
When: October 14 - November 18, 2014
Where: ICNC's Online Learning Platform (civilresistancestudies.org). The online learning platform for ICNC-Rutgers online course will become accessible for the admitted participants before the start of the course.
Who should apply: Graduate students and working professionals interested in the subject matter. Since the course is online it is open to international students and professionals as well, so learners from across the globe are encouraged to apply.
Graduate Credits: Participants may choose to take the course and receive graduate credits from Rutgers University Graduate School-Newark that may be transferable to one’s academic institution. Taking the course for credit will involve an additional fees and assignments. More information about this option is available in the online application form.
Deadline to apply: October 2, 2014