Graduate Certificate in Cross-Cultural Negotiation

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South and East Asian Track

Conflict Core: (6 credits)
3700:622 Alternatives to Violence: Learning Cross-Cultural Negotiation, 3 credits
6600:575 Business Negotiations, 3 credits

Language Core: (6 credits)
Complete Second Year Chinese or Japanese Language; Or complete second year language work in another South or East Asian language at an institution approved by the Director; Or an equivalent approved by the Director.

Choose 9 credits from this Electives List:
3250:560 Economics of Developing Countries, 3
3250:561 Principles of International Economics, 3
3400:516 Modern India, 3
3400:500 Women in Revolutionary China, 3
3400:610 Graduate Reading Seminar: Comparative Studies: World Civilization
3700:610 Seminar in International Politics, 3
3700:620 Seminar in Comparative Politics, 3
3850:555 Family Violence, 3
3850:521 Racial and Ethnic Relations, 3
5550:590 China for Educators, 3
6600:630 International Marketing Policies, 3
7600:550 Communication in Conflict, 3
7600:645 Intercultural Communication Theory, 3
9200:684 Alternative Dispute Resolution, 3*
3700:695 Internship (Student Conference on Cross-Cultural Negotiation or related project involving language immersion, 3-6 credits with Director approval)
*Law School classes are offered on a space available basis only

Middle Eastern Track

Conflict Core: (6 credits)
3700:622 Alternatives to Violence: Learning Cross-Cultural Negotiation, 3 credits
6600:575 Business Negotiations, 3 credits

Language Core: (6 credits)
Complete second year language work on a Middle Eastern language at an institution approved by the Director; Or an equivalent approved by the Director.

Choose 9 credits from this Electives List:
3250:560 Economics of Developing Countries, 3
3250:561 Principles of International Economics, 3
3400:593 Special Studies in History: Ottoman State and Society, 1300-1922, 3
3400:593 Special Studies in History: Women and Gender in the Middle East, 3
3400:610 Graduate Reading Seminar: Comparative Studies: World Civilization, 3
3400:610 Graduate Reading Seminar: Orientalism and its Discontents: Critical Approaches to Middle Eastern Histories and Historiographies, 3
3700:505 Politics of the Middle East, 3
3700:610 Seminar in International Politics, 3
3700:620 Seminar in Comparative Politics, 3
3850:555 Family Violence, 3
3850:521 Racial and Ethnic Relations, 3
6600:630 International Marketing Policies, 3
7600:550 Communication in Conflict, 3
7600:645 Intercultural Communication Theory, 3
9200:684 Alternative Dispute Resolution, 3*
3700:695 Internship (Student Conference on Cross-Cultural Negotiation or related project involving language immersion, 3-6 credits with Director approval)
*Law School classes are offered on a space available basis only


Electives selected from within each track must include courses taken from more than two departments. We encourage students to speak with the Director, who can approve substitution courses for these elective credits from among special topics classes or other classes that the student persuasively demonstrates to be consistent with the program objectives.

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