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Course Details

Because practice is the most critical factor in gaining competence and confidence in collaborative conflict resolution, this course provides a full day of role-play. You choose what you want to work on: interpersonal conflict resolution, dealing with anger, mediation or negotiation. This course is especially helpful for those returning to the certificate program or taking courses after an absence, to those who want a skills check, to those who need it to meet the attendance and participation requirements of another course for credit, and to those who want to focus on skill development in a particular area. You will have the option to record your role-play.

Registration in this course is limited to students enrolled in the Certificate in Collaborative Conflict Resolution OR Conflict Resolution: Specialization in Mediation/Third-Party Intervention OR Conflict Resolution: Specialization in Negotiation Program.

    Prerequisites

  • CRES-1100 or CRES-1101
Course Offerings
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