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Conflict Resolution, MA

Students examine the causes and characteristics of local and global conflict and learn to facilitate 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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