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Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Graduate Certificate

The Department of Leadership offers a 9-hour graduate certificate in Conflict Resolution and Negotiation. 

This nine-hour certificate program explores negotiation theory as well as strategies and styles within an employment context, and equips the individual to become a more effective leader in the role of negotiator and conflict resolver.  

This certificate can be earned by taking just one course at a time for three eight-week terms. Completion of this certificate will allow students to transition directly into the Master of Science in Leadership (MSL), if desired. The certificate classes will count as three of the ten courses required for the MSL degree.

Students will take one core course in Conflict Management and Negotiation and two elective courses, as outlined below:

Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Certificate Requirements

Interested in applying to this program? View the criteria for admission to this program in APSU's Graduate Bulletin.  To apply for admission, click here

To learn more about this program, contact our Graduate Coordinator:
Dr. Kathryn Woods, Associate Professor for Leadership