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  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Course Catalog

Conflict Resolution, CAS


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Student Learning Outcomes


1. Explain and illustrate how social conflicts develop

2. Discuss and appraise multi-disciplinary conflict theories

3. Demonstrate capacity to analyze conflicts and propose transformational strategies

4. Evaluate approaches to conflict management

5. Apply conflict theory to practice

Certificate Requirements


The 12-credit, graduate-level Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) in Conflict Resolution is an educational program that allows students to engage in more in-depth study of conflict theory, concepts, and skills. To earn the certificate, students complete a required 3-credit course in the Fundamentals of Conflict Studies and 9 additional credits of graduate coursework selected from a list of accepted courses or determined with the guidance of a faculty advisor. Students may complete a general program of study, or they may concentrate their classes in one of five specialized areas of study: (1) Applied Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management; (2) Advocacy and Social Movements; (3) Collaborative Governance; (4) Environmental Public Participation and Conflict; or (5) Transnational Conflicts.

Students already in a graduate program can earn the Certificate concurrently with their master’s or doctoral degree. Mid-career managers may complete the CAS as an independent graduate program.

Questions about the certificate program and how to apply please contact thePARCC Officeby phone at 315.443.2367 or by emailto:parcc@maxwell.syr.edu

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