The MS in Conflict Analysis and Resolution integrates conflict analysis and resolution theory, research methods, practical techniques, and ethical perspectives of the field. Students learn specific practices for addressing sources of hostility and methods of altering negative patterns of interaction, applying this knowledge in laboratory simulations, workshops, internships, and field practice. Graduates work in a variety of settings where conflict resolution is useful and interest groups are in conflict with current and emergent public policy.
What it costs
The cost is $489 per credit hour for VA state residents. For out-of-state students who enroll in the online program and take all coursework online, the cost is $715 per credit hour. Fees include a $35 per credit hour Distance Learning fee. Education Resource, New Student, and other mandatory university and course fees may apply.
The application deadline for Spring is November 16. For Fall, the priority deadline is January 20 and the final deadline is May 31. Applications submitted after the deadline are considered upon space availability.Request Info