MADR Plan of Work Builder

Drag and Drop items from right column to visualize your course plan. Click buttons below to see some suggested starting rotations. Use "Save & View as Text" button before leaving this page.
SUGGESTED ROTATIONS
  • Year 1:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • S/S
  • Year 2:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • S/S
  • Year 3:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • S/S
  • Year 4:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • S/S
  • Year 5:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • S/S
  • Year 6:
    • Fall
    • Winter
    • S/S

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Drag and drop courses below to visualize your schedule for the MADR program.

  • PCS/PS 6100
  • DR 6120 (W)
  • COM 6350 (F)
  • DR 7100 (F)
  • * DR 7210 1
  • DR 7220 (W) 2
  • DR 7310 (F) 3
  • DR 7890 (W)
  • E
  • E
  • E

Draggables LEGEND
F= offered in  Fall 
W= offered in  Winter 
E or Green= Elective 
  (check elective options - 3 courses, 8 credits min)

* Negotiation course, also offered as MGT 7780 in Winter. Important prereq for DR 7220 and DR 7310.

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  • PCS 6100 Introduction to Graduate Peace and Security Studies. (P S 6100) Cr. 3
    • Survey of the peace and security studies fields at the graduate level. (F,W)
  • DR 6120 Human Diversity and Human Conflict. Cr. 3
    • Relationship of human differences and conflict, and ways to nonviolently confront and work with them; differences as defined by ethnicity, race, gender, class, age, etc. (W)
  • COM 6350 Communication, Culture, and Conflict. Cr. 3
    • Overview of communication theory and practice as it relates to issues of culture, conflict and dispute resolution. (F)
  • DR 7100 Roots of Social Conflict. (PS 7850) Cr. 3
    • Background and immediate causes of social conflict, from interpersonal to national to international settings, from ethnic to gender conflict; review of destructive and constructive aspects of conflict. (F)
  • DR 7210 Concepts and Processes of Dispute Resolution I: Negotiating Theory and Practice. (MGT 7780) Cr. 3
    • Theoretical foundations of processes of negotiation and multi-party collaborative problem solving. Skill building simulation to integrate theory and practice. (Y)
  • DR 7220 Concepts and Processes of Dispute Resolution II: Neutral Intervention Theory and Practice. Cr. 3
    • Prereq: MGT 7780 or D R 7210. Dispute resolution growth and methods; mediation, facilitation, conciliation, fact-finding, arbitration; hybrids; dispute resolution institutions and practitioners. (W)
  • DR 7310 Practicum in Dispute Resolution. (LEX 7660) Cr. 3
    • Prereq: DR 7210 and DR 7220 required; DR 7100 recommended; consent of academic advisor. Training in facilitative mediation with opportunity to practice skills in a variety of settings. Material fee as stated in Schedule of Classes. (F)
  • DR 7890 Final Seminar in Dispute Resolution. Cr. 3
    • Prereq: completion of all core courses except DR 7310. Capstone seminar for Dispute Resolution program. Critical issues and assumptions in the practice and research spheres. (W)