Institutional and Organizational Conflict Management Graduate Certificate
Conflict is a part of life. Organizations desperately need professionals with the knowledge and skills to engage with and manage conflict productively. This certificate is designed for both current graduate students as well as working professionals who would like to add this set of knowledge and skills to their resume.
- University of Oregon graduate students from any department may apply to this certificate program. The certificate courses may satisfy the electives portion of a graduate degree, eliminating the need for additional time to complete both the degree and certificate. Consult with your advisor for specifics pertaining to your program.
- This certificate program is also available for students not pursuing a graduate degree at the University of Oregon. However, an undergraduate degree from a certified college or university is required, along with admission to the Division of Graduate Studies.
Graduate Certificate in Institutional and Organizational Conflict Management
|CRES 614||Negotiation, Bargaining and Persuasion||4|
|CRES 631||Managing Conflict in Organizations||4|
|CRES 670||Adversarial Processes||4|
|Conflict and Gender|
|Philosophy of Conflict Resolution|
|Environmental Conflict Resolution|
|Culture, Power, and Conflict Resolution I|
|Culture, Power, and Conflict Resolution II|
|Culture, Power, and Conflict Resolution III|
|Psychology of Conflict|