Conflict is everywhere. As a master’s student in conflict and mediation, you’ll learn how to resolve disagreements between people and organizations. You’ll study the full range of conflict from families to communities. Careers include Human Resources Specialist, Ombudsperson, Facilitator, Investigator, Researcher, Policy Analyst, Contract Negotiation Manager, Claims Adjuster and much more!
Roosevelt University embeds the Chicago Center for Conflict Resolution Certification into your course work. You can perform actual supervised mediations while you’re a student.
The University’s long-standing dedication to social justice principles provides a meaningful ethical framework for the curriculum. You’ll become a fair and equitable expert on settling disputes.
Attend part-time or full-time with a combination of online and in-person classes at the Chicago Campus. Taking one course at a time, you can finish the program in two years.
Jessica Lusky ’21
Program Manager, Center for Conflict Resolution
Conflict and mediation is an interdisciplinary field that involves certain legal skills and concepts. However, Roosevelt University does not seek or receive approval from the American Bar Association for the Master of Arts in Conflict & Mediation program. Roosevelt’s Paralegal Studies Program is the only program at Roosevelt that is approved by the American Bar Association.
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