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Conflict Resolution and Negotiation

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The Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Negotiation explores the realm of its subject through a mixture of required and elective coursework. Topics covered include negotiation, conflict management, ethics, power, organizational dynamics, and best practices. The total Certificate is 9 credit-hours.


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Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Certificate


What opportunities are available with this degree?

The Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Negotiation serves a variety of students wanting to explore conflict resolution, negotiation, and related topics and to enhance their leadership in a variety of settings including professional, advocative, and personal. In particular, this program may appeal to these types of students:

  • Enhances credentials in Leadership Realm
  • Credits are applicable to the Leadership and Organizational Administration Master's degree
  • Advanced studies without committing to a full Masters program
  • Specific content for your professional needs