Issues in Dispute Resolution: Working in the Community
Through classroom and experiential learning and critical reflection, students will gain dispute resolution work experience while learning of the character, structure and dynamics of community groups and agencies. Topics and skill building will include personal and strategic awareness, critical analysis, engagement, communication, professionalism and leadership. Provides critical understanding of processes of social change, group dynamics, activism, and agency-stakeholder relations. Requires a minimum of 40 hours in an approved community voluntary work placement.
Graduate course in the Dispute Resolution program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.