Why study the Graduate Certificate in Mediation and Conflict Resolution

The Graduate Certificate in Mediation and Conflict Resolution will provide you with the knowledge and practical skills to negotiate, mediate, manage and resolve issues and support decision making in a wide range of professional settings. The program draws on current practices to deal with conflicts ranging from small individual disputes to large scale, international, and multi-party conflicts.

The program offers detailed studies in deep seated conflict and cross cultural conflict resolution. Students can use the program to complete the training requirements for national accreditation as mediators or to articulate into the suites of masters programs in international studies offered by the school.

The multidisciplinary nature of conflict resolution is reflected in this program, which will appeal to those with diverse backgrounds and cultures. Students come from disciplines including political science and international studies, law, medicine, business, social science, education and the arts.

Summary

  • Program code
    5454
  • Faculty
  • Duration
  • Commencing
    Semester 1 (19 Feb, 2018)
  • Program level
    Postgraduate Coursework
  • Units
    8
  • Delivery location
    St Lucia
  • AQF
    Level 8

Entry requirements

Prerequisites

Approved degree or equivalent in any discipline; or

Have completed post-secondary study and have relevant work experience in a related discipline approved by the executive dean.

Unless otherwise stated, the minimum amount of relevant work experience is 2 years full-time equivalent (either paid or voluntary), with documented evidence (such as references).

Program structure

Courses

The courses offered in the Graduate Certificate in Mediation and Conflict Resolution are set out in the course list. Each course is allocated a certain number of units (#).

Courses Program Rules

The Program Rules explain what is required to complete the Graduate Certificate in Mediation and Conflict Resolution. These requirements include the total number of units you need to complete in order to graduate.

Program Rules

To have your degree conferred, you also need to comply with UQ’s policies and rules.

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