Students with the Peace & Conflict Studies academic background will be better qualified for entry into a wide range of professional career tracks, including careers in the military, diplomacy, law and law enforcement, teaching, counseling, working in faith communities, public health, and working for non-profit agencies. 

Employers in a broad array of fields indicate that conflict resolution skills are highly desirable. For example, data from a recent survey in Ohio suggest that more than 80% of employers in many different professional areas (for example, health-care, engineering, business, social services, education, sales, repair, and maintenance, etc.) consider conflict resolution skills as “important” or “very important” in hiring decisions.