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IPCR Orientation. Academic Planning  Candidate Academic Plan (CAP)

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1 IPCR Orientation

2 Academic Planning  Candidate Academic Plan (CAP)  Should be completed before your 3 rd Semester  A tool for you to develop an intentional plan of study for your MA  CAP can be updated to reflect changes in course selections  CAP Form is available on IPCR Website under academic guide If you are currently in your 3 rd semester or beyond please submit your CAP ASAP!  Two Year Cycle of IPCR Courses  Fantastic resource!  Can be used to plan course selections, develop your concentration, and complete your CAP

3 Academic Planning  Concentration (12 Credit Hours)  Individual focus helps support academic and professional development  Important to be intentional when choosing courses and experiences  IPCR Streams  Flexible templates that students can use when building their concentration  Suggested courses and learning outcomes for sub-fields of peace and conflict resolution including: human rights, identity and culture, and peace building  You are not required to choose an IPCR Stream as your concentration but they are a good place to look for guidance

4 Curriculum Changes  Capstone (3 Credit Hours)  SRP  SRP with Coursework  Thesis  Practicum  Group Project  Working together with an outside client under the supervision of a faculty member  Must apply to and be accepted to participate  Continuing students must have opted-in to the new curriculum in order to participate  Interdisciplinary (not program specific)  It is important to choose a practicum that furthers your knowledge of IPCR, and your academic and professional development  Coordinated by Professor Cowles  Website with additional details and application information coming soon.  For incoming F12 students and returning students who have opted-in

5 Curriculum Changes  Internships  Beginning Fall 2012, all internships used to fulfill the professional experience requirement must be registered.  Internships can be registered either for-credit or non-credit  Please be aware that internships registered non-credit still need a completed internship registration form (on grad advising website)  All internships (both for credit and non-credit) must be at least 180hrs  Prior professional experience should use the Professional Experience Certification Form. *Please check with me if you have questions about eligibility* For incoming F12 students and returning students who have opted-in


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