2020-2021 Graduate Course Catalog 
    
    Jun 21, 2021  
2020-2021 Graduate Course Catalog

Conflict and Collaboration, CAS


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Contact

Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC)
400 Eggers Hall
315-443-2367

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 Conflict and Collaboration Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS) program can be completed on campus or online, concurrently with a master’s degree program or as a stand alone program. The 12-credit, graduate-level CAS in Conflict and Collaboration 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. Online certificate students complete the required course plus 3 specified skills oriented courses.

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 the PARCC Office by phone at 315.443.2367 or by emailto:parcc@maxwell.syr.edu

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