Advanced Certificate in Global Conflict (19 credits)
3700:622 Alternatives to Violence at Home and Abroad, 3 credits
3850:555 Family Violence, 3 credits
Skill Training Core
7400:585:008 Seminar: General Mediation Training, 1 credit
7400:585:007 Seminar: Divorce Mediation Training, 3 credits
Elective Courses (Choose three)
3850:521 Race and Ethnic Relations
3700:610 Seminar in International Politics
3010:501 Seminar in Environmental Studies
3700:690 ST: (global conflict related special topics course in Political Science)
To complete the certificate, students must submit one seminar paper from one of their courses selected from the electives list to the Director of the Center for approval as a scholarly investigation of the issues surrounding global conflict.
Students must be formally admitted as a graduate or post-baccalaureate student and complete a formal application to the program. Applications are available from the director of the Center for Conflict Management or can be found at Join Us.