Family Studies: Divorce Mediation Certificate
Divorce Mediation Certificate
About the Certificate
This graduate certificate program has been designed to serve the practicing or prospective divorce mediator.
- A minimum of 15 graduate credits dependent upon previous educational background
- Applicants must apply to the Center for Family Studies and the Graduate School for admission as non-degree students
- Applicants should have earned or be currently working toward a law degree, master's degree, or doctoral degree in a behavioral science (e.g. psychology, social work, marriage and family therapy, counseling, child development, or family development) or other related discipline
- If you are currently at UA working toward a doctorate or JD you may participate in the certificate program as a cognate or minor
- You need to receive permission from your academic department, as well as admission from the Center for Family Studies
You must complete the core courses in addition to 10 credit hours selected from among several disciplines related to divorce mediation.
- Educational preparation prior to entering this program will be diverse among others in the program, so the selection of courses within the certificate will vary among the participants
Dr. Pamela Schulze
Director of Center for Family Studies