Students in Conflict Resolution learn how to analyze conflict, uncovering the underpinnings of conflict dynamics in a wide variety of settings and scales. Students develop perspectives and gain skills to defuse and deescalate destructive conflicts that arise among individuals, groups, and countries. They also learn to design and implement peacebuilding strategies fostering and institutionalizing sustainable peace.

Conflict Resolution offers several degrees: the Bachelor (BA or BS), the Master (MA or MS) and a Minor. To learn about our new Graduate Certficates, click on the Graduate Admissions tab above.  

Conflict Resolution has also partnered with the College of Urban & Public Affairs' Hatfield School of Government to offer a Graduate Certificate in Collaborative Governance.

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