PADR 501

Collaboration and Engagement

Units: 1.5

The 21st century workplace requires conflict resolution competence and collaborative skills to work effectively in public and non-profit sector environments. Prepares students to anticipate, identify, assess, prevent, mitigate, and manage or resolve conflict. A critical approach to theory and practice is adopted and three distinctive areas of learning are woven together: integral theory and conflict analysis; negotiation; and facilitation.

Prerequisites:

  • Admission to MA program in Dispute Resolution or admission to MPA program (on campus).

Graduate course in the Public Administration Dispute Resolution program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Schedules:
Summer Fall Spring

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