Description
The Conflict Management Prof_UB
This course provides students entering the Master of Science in Negotiations and Conflict Management program an exploration of the diverse activities, roles, and tasks of individuals who work in the conflict management profession. It is also an introduction to reflective practice as it is used by a large range of people in professional settings who assist individuals, families, neighborhoods, organizations, regulatory bodies, and social and ethnic groups to take constructive steps towards managing, resolving or transforming conflict situations. The course is designed to help those undertaking conflict studies to start understanding and exploring where and how they would like to connect with conflict management as a profession. Prerequisites: None
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
3
Component
Lecture - Required
Offering
Course
CNCM-UB 504
Academic Group
Collaborative
Academic Organization
Collaborative
Campus
Coppin State University