Online Master’s Degree program in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution at Creighton University
The online Master’s Degree in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution is an interdisciplinary degree offered through the Werner Institute at the Creighton University School of Law. The program is grounded in legal problem solving, policy, and principles related to conflict management and mediation. But it also incorporates elements of business studies and the social sciences—including organizational development, psychology, sociology and communication—to help you prepare for the interpersonal element of conflict and negotiation. As a Jesuit institution, we instill a strong sense of ethics and service for others in our students and incorporate these values across the curriculum.
Online Master’s Degree program in Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding at California State University, Dominguez Hills.
The program involves a comprehensive study of the practical skills, methods, theory, and research needed to be an effective mediator, negotiator and conflict manager.
Pepperdine University, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolutions
Law and graduate students as well as mid-career professionals can participate in the largest Professional Certificate Program in Dispute Resolution and the first Master of Dispute Resolution (MDR) degree program offered by a law school.
ADR Certificate Programs
University of California, Santa Barbara
The study and use of alternative dispute resolution processes has increased rapidly over the past two decades in the public and private sector. Litigants filing court cases are turning frequently to mediation and arbitration as a less formal, cost-effective means to resolve problems. UCSB Extention’s Mediation and Dispute Resolution Professional Certificate Program is designed for people who are seeking or contemplating a career in dispute resolution, to improve their communication skills for personal growth, as well as for those wanting to enhance their knowledge and practice of dispute resolution processes. The curriculum merges theory and practical application to offer a solid educational experience.
University of California, Irvine
This intensive skill development program will enhance your ability to affect optimal dispute resolution. Lectures, role-plays, mock situations, guest speakers, and interactive exercises ensure you:
- Acquire knowledge of alternative processes to litigation and understand the roles of the key players in each.
- Understand negotiation, mediation, neutral fact-finding, and arbitration.
- Practice blending a variety of communication skills including facilitating, active listening, and consensus building.
- Merge ADR techniques and effective communication skills to help disputing parties consider new options and reach resolution.
- Network with other participants.