Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies

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What will your impact be?

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Certificate Highlights

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Pathway to Master’s

特级做人爱c级,一日本一级做人爱c视频正The credits from this certificate coursework can be applied toward earning your Master of Science Degree in Forensic Behavioral Science or Forensic Leadership Administration.

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Entirely Online

Our Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies is offered fully online. All classes and coursework can be completed virtually and on your time, allowing you to tailor your education to your schedule.

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Evidence-Based Expertise

特级做人爱c级,一日本一级做人爱c视频正You will be trained by the field’s top professionals who will help build your expertise in evidence-based skills to support conflict resolution.

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Curriculum Plan


Course One: The Fundamentals of Mediation

This course examines mediation theory and practice and provides and in-depth exploration of selected aspects of the mediation process is it relates to the larger conflict resolution context. The course addresses topics such as resistant parties, overcoming impasse, mediating with individuals and groups, using a decision-tree analysis, and employing counterintuitive and “mindful” mediation strategies. Ethical issues and public policy concerns, such as the limits of confidentiality and expectations of procedural fairness, are also explored.

Course Two: Communication and Human Factors in Crisis & Conflict

This course addresses communication and human factors as they relate to crisis management, effective mediation, and conflict resolution. The course incorporates challenges to effective communication caused by interpersonal, intrapersonal, intergroup, or intragroup conflict, and the role of communication in resolving such conflicts. The course focuses on the human, psychological, social, cultural and emotional aspects of conflict and effective communication strategies, including the roles of gender, ethnicity, race, religion, culture, and generation, and addresses concepts such as group processes, identity, needs, cooperation/competition, and barriers to effective communication in conflict or crisis contexts.

Course Three: Conflict Management, Resolution & Peacebuilding

This course incorporates theory and contemporary evidence-based models and best practices to analyzing conflict and achieving positive outcomes in a variety of contexts. Explores barriers to effective resolution and peacebuilding and methods for overcoming those barriers, as well as differences among approaches. Includes an emphasis on analyzing ethical responsibilities and dilemmas in third-party intervention and employs case studies to examine and formulate ethical approaches to conflict resolution and peacebuilding.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Degree Campus Locations


特级做人爱c级,一日本一级做人爱c视频正The Institute’s Certificate Programs are only offered online. Explore all of our online programs below.

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Why Alliant

特级做人爱c级,一日本一级做人爱c视频正At Alliant, our mission is to prepare students for professional careers of service and leadership and promote the discovery and application of knowledge to improve the lives of people in diverse cultures and communities around the world. Our Vision is an inclusive world empowered by Alliant alumni.

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Why CSFS

The California School of Forensic Studies is dedicated to graduating rigorously educated and trained professionals who impact society, public opinion, and policy by applying science in the service of preventing, investigating, and mitigating conflict and violence.

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Where will you make your impact?