Cooperation and Conflict Resolution CERT

Certificate in Cooperation and Conflict Resolution


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The Program in Social-Organizational Psychology, through the Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (MD-ICCCR), offers an Advanced Certificate in Cooperation and Conflict Resolution approved by the New York State Education Department. Students interested in receiving the certificate must complete a sequence of five core courses including one semester of internship, and one elective for a total of 16 credit points. Students who opt for the Advanced Certificate must complete an application for admission through the Office of Admission. Students in the M.A./Ph.D. program who wish to take their electives within the area of conflict resolution but who do not wish to receive the Advanced Certificate may register for courses without completing an application. The courses are offered in conjunction with the MD-ICCCR whose mission is to help individuals, schools, communities, businesses, and governments better understand the nature of conflict and how to achieve its constructive resolution. Contact: Jaspar Leahy at (212) 678-3402 or Jll2222@tc.columbia.edu.

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