Dispute Resolution - Law, Policy, and Problem Solving - Certificate
The Certificate in Dispute Resolution – Law, Policy, and Problem-Solving provides a strong theoretical foundation combined with practical knowledge and skills to immediately strengthen one’s ability to persuade, advocate, and transform conflict/disputes into opportunities for productive outcomes. The program is designed to increase knowledge and enhance performance within a wide array of fields, including education, medical and health services, social and human services, business operations, and law enforcement.
This graduate-level Certificate in Dispute Resolution – Law, Policy, and Problem-Solving will prepare new and experienced professionals to participate effectively in negotiations, mediations and arbitrations in a variety of contexts, as well as participate in the design of dispute resolution systems. Specifically, participants will be exposed to (i) the continuum of dispute resolution processes; (ii) negotiation and mediation skills and concepts; (iii) important federal and state laws and policies regarding arbitration; and (iv) advances in theory and practice, through case studies and simulations in a module-based structure. The Certificate in Dispute Resolution – Law, Policy, and Problem-Solving provides a curriculum that is relevant and responsive to professionals in a variety of contexts.
Courses are offered by asynchronous distance learning to provide a flexible schedule for working professionals. Interactive coursework includes simulation and case study assignments and regular interaction with classmates through Zoom meetings, videos, audio casts, chat rooms, discussion boards, and group breakout sessions.
This program is also approved for delivery via asynchronous distance education technology.
For more information, please go to law.tamu.edu.