Faculty of Human and Social Development programs
Dispute Resolution ( Masters )
The MA in Dispute Resolution program gives students the knowledge and skills to contribute to the development of diverse, peaceful societies.
The program focuses on the concepts, theories, processes and skills to address conflict. Graduates are trained in:
- non-violent processes for resolving public disputes
- developing public policy in participatory and inclusive ways
- research methods applicable to multiple discipline areas
The program, which alternates three academic terms with two paid co-operative work terms, can take just two years to complete.
- Faculty: Faculty of Human and Social Development
- School/program: School of Public Administration
- Length: 2 year(s)
- Experiential learning: Co-op
- Delivery method: On-campus, Distance
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