Conflict Resolution Certificate
Conflict and dispute can be viewed on both the macro and micro system levels. It can be intrapersonal or interpersonal, as in the area of marriage or family, or organizational, as in relations, racial and ethnic or interpersonal concerns. The Certificate in Conflict Resolution provides knowledge and understanding of conflict, as well as conflict management or resolution. The certificate=s curriculum is designed for students who are working toward or who have already completed a baccalaureate degree, and whose anticipated careers may provide opportunities for understanding and conducting conflict resolution. Examples of related majors would include (but not necessarily be limited to) Social Work, Sociology, Anthropology, Environmental Science, Criminology, Communication, Business Management, Public Administration, Education, Public Policy, and Political Science.
Communication Studies: 48C:148 3 hours
Electives: select four courses from the lists below 12 hours
(Courses are listed under separate tracks to guide your preference of micro or macro preparation. At least one course must be selected from each track):
Micro Systems track courses:
Macro Systems track courses:
Social Science: 900:020.
Choice of courses and subsequent course prerequisites may increase the length of this program. A minimum grade of C is required in all courses taken for the certificate.
*These courses have additional prerequisites as follows: