Graduate Certificate in Dispute Resolution for Non-Lawyers
Conflict exists in all fields and settings. Successful leaders and other professionals must develop the skills necessary to identify conflict, understand its causes, and address it through various problem-solving methods that enhance the relationships among members of their workplace. Businesses and other organizations understand that effective conflict management and dispute resolution are essential to the well-being of their communities and, accordingly, to workplace productivity.
This online certificate can either be a stand alone certificate, or can be a "stackable certificate" as part of a master's degree program.
To complete the certificate, a student must take a total of twelve credits, which amounts to four courses. Three of those courses are required; one may be chosen from the list of approved electives below. Requests to substitute an in-seat course for one below must be approved by the advisory committee.
|LAW 6935||Dispute System Design||3|
|LAW 6945||Non-Binding Methods of Dispute Resolution||3-4|
|LAW 6932||Conflict and Conflict Management||1-4|
|LAW 6905||LL.M. Arbitration Seminar||3|
|LAW 6934||Dispute Resolution in the Digital Age||1-4|
|LAW 6933||Cross Cultural Dispute Resolution||1-4|