Course: Resolving Conflict Through Dialogue (HS-514-1) 

The meaning of conflict resolution adopted in this course is focused on peaceful, non-violent mechanisms, spanning formal and informal interactions and bargaining between disputants to reach procedural and substantive solutions. Levels of conflicts and resolution settings are often differentiated by identifying the adversaries, whether they are nationstates, ethnic groups, business or political organizations community groups, neighbors, or individuals. Students will examine these perspectives in order to understand various layers where conflicts arise, and to make comparisons across issues and participants noting similarities and contrasts in resolution manner, effort, and achievement. This course is delivered in a blended format. 3 credits

*Please note: Non-matriculated Students must obtain the permission of the program director

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T 8:00 PM 10:20 PM
TH 8:00 PM 10:20 PM

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