Master of Arts (MA) in
Conflict Management and Resolution
Offered as Main Campus and Distance Education
Goal of Program:
The Master of Conflict Management and Resolution, housed in the Department of Public & International Affairs in the College of Arts & Sciences, is an multidisciplinary, terminal professional degree designed to: assist both students and working professionals with a variety of undergraduate disciplines in understanding and responding to a variety of conflict settings, including interpersonal conflict, third-party facilitation and mediation and larger group conflict, and gain the skills required to facilitate high conflict meetings and scenarios. The goal of the program is to give graduates the knowledge and skill set to manage conflict in diverse environments. This new program is a response to increasing demand at both international and domestic levels for core skills in conflict management and as such appeals in substance and format to both civilian and active military students.
Most courses are offered in the evening
- National and International Security, or
- Domestic Social and Organizational Conflict Transformation.
Dr. Raymonde Kleinberg
|Enrollment||Part or Full Time|
|Instruction Method||Face to Face, Synchronous and Aynchronous Online|
|Intended Time to Degree||1-2 years (Full-time)|
|Required Credit Hours||36 hrs|