Negotiations and Conflict Management Degree Requirements
- These requirements apply to students entering this program in fall 2018 and thereafter. Students who enrolled earlier should consult the catalog in effect at the time they enrolled.
- Read the course descriptions.
This 36-credit program requires the following:
Core Courses (24 credits)
- The Conflict Management Profession (CNCM 504)
- Understanding and Assessing Conflict (CNCM 506)
- Approaches to Managing Conflict/Methods of Dispute Resolution (CNCM 508)
- Research Methods (CNCM 510)
- Negotiations: Theory and Practice (CNCM 513)
- Mediation: Theory and Practice (CNCM 515)
- Organizational Conflict and Conflict Management Systems (CNCM 730)
- Ethnic and Cultural Factors in Conflict (CNCM 740)
Advanced Perspective Courses (6 credits)
Choose two courses consistent with your academic and professional goals either within the CNCM program or allied disciplines within the broader College of Public Affairs, Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences, and the Merrick School of Business, in consultation with the CNCM program adviser or program director.
Internship and Capstone Experience (6 credits)
- Internship (CNCM 790): You will work with the internship director to choose an appropriate internship.
- Capstone Course (CNCM 798): Integrate what you have learned in your core courses, your chosen elective courses and your internship experience and any other applicable knowledge you have gained to achieve a comprehensive understanding of conflict management.*
*NOTE: You must have completed OR be concurrently enrolled in Research Methods (CNCM 510), AND have the program director's advanced approval prior to registering for CNCM 798.