Vertical Tabs Programme Description AIMS AND OBJECTIVES The M.Phil. programmes in Human Rights, Conflict and Peace Studies are aimed at: Providing students with opportunities for advanced level education in the field of Human Rights, Conflict and Peace Studies; Conducting research that will generate knowledge that will be helpful in conflict resolution, peace building and human rights education. Providing students with the understanding and skills that are required for success in conflict sensitive programming and peace education; Preparing students to undertake advance studies in specialised areas in the field of Human Rights, Conflict and Peace Studies at the doctoral level; Preparing students for positions in Management or Consultancy for institutions that deal with or are concerned with issues of human rights Mode of study: Regular/Full TimeDepartment: Centre for Conflict, Human Rights and Peace Studies (CHRAPS) Entry Requirement Entry Requirement: The following are eligible to apply for admission as candidates for the Post-Graduate Diploma, Master of Arts and Master of Philosophy in Human Rights and Peace Studies programmes: Graduates with a good first degree with a minimum of Class Lower in any discipline from a recognized institution. Persons who hold relevant professional qualifications approved by the Academic Board. Members of recognized professional institutions including the Police Service; Prisons Service; Ghana Education Service; Immigration Service; Ports and Harbour; Armed Forces; Health Services and the District, Municipal and Metropolitan Assemblies who have the requisite qualification as in (1) and (2) above shall be given preference. Candidates meeting the requirements stipulated in regulations (1) to (3) must also meet other conditions or requirements as may be prescribed by the Graduate Board. Notwithstanding regulations (1) to (3) above, a candidate may be required as a condition for admission to undergo such assessments or take such other pre-requisite or concurrent studies and examinations as may be prescribed by the Department, subject to overall control of the Graduate Board.