UMass Boston's Conflict Resolution master's program examines the causes and characteristics of local and global conflict, and develops skills related to peaceful problem solving and collaborative decision-making. Graduates work in fields as varied as policy, health care, human resources, law, and ministry. We are involved in court mediation, peace education, restorative justice, inter-religious dialogue, bridging the Israeli Palestinian conflict and much more. Here is a link to a YouTube video about our program.
36 credits required to complete the master’s, which can be completed in 2 years with full-time study. Part-time study is available.
We also offer a graduate certificate option.
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