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CONFLICT RELATED GRADUATE PROGRAMS

CONFLICT ANALYSIS AND RESOLUTION
Conflict Analysis and Resolution is an academic field that explores the causes of conflict at all levels -- intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, organizational and international. It is heavily interdisciplinary drawing on traditions such as psychology, economics, political science, sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, religious studies, history, etc. It also explores a variety of techniques that go beyond management of conflict toward sustainable resolution and transformation. Lately, the world peacebuilding has taken on a more prominent role in describing these programs.
Antioch University

M.A. in Conflict Resolution



Eastern Mennonite U.

M.A. Conflict Transformation Program



George Mason U.**

M.A. & PhD., Institute for Conflict Analysis & Resolution (ICAR)



Indiana University

MS Sociology, Conflict Resolution Program



John F. Kennedy U.

Program in Conflict Resolution



Nova Southeastern University (Florida)

PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution



Portland State U.

School of Philosophy, Conflict Resolution Graduate Program



Southern Methodist University (Texas)

MA in Dispute Resolution



Syracuse University

Maxwell School, Prog. On the Analysis and Resolution of Conflict



University of Colorado**
Conflict Research Consortium and UC at Denver.

University of Denver**
M.A. Conflict Resolution Program

University of Hawaii

Political Science, spec. in Conflict Resolution



University N. Carolina
School of Government, Public Dispute Resolution Program

University of N. Carolina – Greensboro

Conflict Studies and Dispute Resolution, MA



University Notre Dame**
The Joan Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Conflict Resolution and International Peace Studies

University of San Diego**
MA in Peace and Justice Studies

Wayne State University
College of Labor & Metropolitan Affairs, M.A. in Dispute Resolution Peace Studies & Conflict Resolution
PEACE STUDIES

Peace studies is an academic field which identifies and analyzes the violent and nonviolent behaviors as well as the structural mechanisms attending social conflicts with a view towards understanding those processes which lead to a more desirable human condition. It typically focuses on managing conflict between large groups. It is usually an interdisciplinary effort aiming at the prevention, de-escalation, and management of conflicts, in contrast to war studies which has as its aim the efficient attainment of victory in conflicts. Disciplines involved usually rely heavily on political science and international relations.
American University**

School International Studies, International Peace & Conflict Resolution


Arcadia University

M.A. Program. Program in International Peace and Conflict and Management Resolution



Arizona State

MS & PhD in Justice Studies and Cultural Transformation



Ball State University

Center for Peace Studies & Conflict Resolution



Brandeis University**

MA in Coexistence and Conflict



Colgate University

B.A. Center for Global Peace Studies



Columbia University

School for Intern.& Public Affairs, Ctr. For International Cooperation & Conflict Resolution



Columbia College

(S. Carolina) M.A. in Human Behavior & Conflict Management


Cornell University

Peace Studies and Peace Science


Duke University
M.A. in International Development Policy

Duquesne University

Grad. Ctr. For Social & Public Policy, spec. in C.R. and Peace Studies



Fresno Pacific U.

MA in Conflict Management and Peacemaking



Georgetown**

M.A. in Conflict Resolution, M.A. and PhD in Security Studies or PhD in Diplomacy



George Washington

Master's Internationalist Program in the Peace Corps



Johns Hopkins U.**

Paul Nitze School of Administration and International Studies, spec. In Conflict Management



Kent State University

Political Science, Ctr. Of Applied Conflict Management



Kennesaw State U.

Program in Conflict Management



Lesley University

M.A Ed. spec. Conflict Resolution and Peaceable Schools



Salisbury U.

Center for Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies



St. John’s University

Peace Studies Department



Stanford University**

MA and PhD in International Security and Arms Control



Tufts University

PhD in International Affairs



University Baltimore

MS in Negotiation and Conflict Management



University of California**
Center for Peace & Conflict

University Cincinnati
College of Ed. Urban Center for Peace Research

University of Idaho

Martin Institute for Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution



University San Diego**
M.A. Institute for Peace and Justice

Utah State

MS in International and Comparitive Studies: Conflict and Cooperartion


ADR (ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION)
While multiple definitions of ADR abound, in essence, ADR is an alternative to the adversarial process that dominates litigation in the U.S. courts and justice systems. ADR uses such techniques as arbitration, mediation and negotiation in an attempt to resolve disputes. In other words, ADR is a non-coercive alternative to the legal system that uses third parties interveners. For many, it was seen as a more humane version of the U.S. legal system.
California State

M.A. Behavioral Science in Negotiation and Conflict Management



Creighton University
M.A. in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution

Georgia State U.

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution



Hofra University

Law. Institute of Conflict Transformation



Harvard University**

School of Law, Ctr. For Negotiation



John Jay College

Law. Justice & Dispute Resolution



Marquette University

Grad. Program in Dispute Resolution



Ohio State University**

International Studies program, Spec. Peace Studies



Pepperdine University
School of Public Policy, Joint MA of Dispute Resol. & Public Policy

Rutgers U.

Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution



Tuft’s Fletcher School of Diplomacy**

MA in Law and Diplomacy



University Massachuss.
MA Program in Dispute Resolution

University of Missouri **
School of Law, LLM in Dispute Resolution

University of Oregon**

MS in Conflict and Dispute Resolution


INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS
Typically, these schools are Peace Studies schools … though there are a few exceptions
Alice-Salomon University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
MA in Intercultural Conflict Management
Bancaja International Centre for Peace and Development (Spain)
MA in Peace and Development Studies

Bar Ilan University (Israel)

MA in Conflict Resolution



City University of Hong Kong

MA in Arbitration and Dispute Resolution


Coventry University (England)
MA in Peace and Reconciliation Studies
Kings College -- Department of War Studies (England)
MA in International Conflict Studies

European University (Austria)
MA in Peace and Conflict Studies

Göteborg University (Sweden)**
MA in Peace Studies

Hebrew University (Israel)**

MA in Conflict Resolution


Jawaharlal Nehru University (India)
MA and PhD in Peace and Security Studies

Kyung Hee University (Korea)
Graduate Institute of Peace Studies

Lancaster University (England)
MA in Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies
Landegg International University (Switzerland)
MA in Conflict Resolution

London School of Economics (England)**

MA and PhD in Peace and Conflict Studies



Mindanao State University (Philippines)

MS in Peace and Security Studies



Tel Aviv University (Israel)

MA in Conflict Resolution and Mediation



Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Japan)

MA in Peace and Conflict Studies


Trinity College (Ireland)**

PhD in Reconciliation Studies


University for Peace (Costa Rica)**
MA in Peace Education, MA in Media, Conflict and Peace Studies, MA in Gender and Peacebuilding, MA in International Peace Studies; MA in Natural Resources and Peace

University of Bradford (England)
MA and PhD in Peace Studies
University of Kent at Canterbury (England)**
MA and PhD in International Conflict Analysis

University of London (England)

MA in Violence, Conflict and Development


University of Natal (South Africa)**
MA and PhD in Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies

University of Otaga (New Zealand)**
MA in Peace and Conflict Studies

University of Queensland (Australia)**
MA in Peace and Conflict Studies

University of Sydney (Australia)

MA in Peace and Conflict Studies


University of Ulster (Northern Ireland)**

MA in Peace and Conflict Studies



University of Western Cape (South Africa)
MA in Conflict Studies
Uppsala University (Sweden)

MA in Peace and Conflict Studies

**= well regarded programs


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