How to Apply
ICCCRSince 1995, the ICCCR has been offering a series of graduate-level courses in the areas of cooperation, conflict and conflict resolution, which have proven to be very popular amongst students and professionals. Each year, approximately 300 individuals participate in our courses.
The level of study is aimed at developing the core competencies for reflective scholar-practitioners working in conflict resolution. These include:
- Developing a comprehensive understanding of theory and research in cooperation, conflict resolution, negotiation, mediation, cross-cultural communication, and social change;
- Enhancing interpersonal, inter-group and cross-cultural communication, conflict resolution, problem solving,and intervention skills;
- Applying theoretical and practical learning to areas of personal interest such as school/community mediation programs, organizational diagnosis and intervention, and work in international relations; and
- Developing as scholar-practitioners who will be able to integrate and implement both applied and academic work in conflict resolution.
For a list of courses being offered for the Spring 2013 term, review the Spring 2013 Course Schedule.
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To apply for classes for credit complete the Non-Degree Application.
Apply for Non-Degree
To apply for classes for non-credit complete the Non-Credit Application.
Apply for Non-Credit