The Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Mediation gives you tools in dispute resolution, negotiation and third-party mediation — skills valued in corporate, government or social service careers.
Two separate programs give students two distinct approaches to mediation and peace-making.
The Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) program is flexibly designed to satisfy the different needs of students, teachers and other professionals, and the general public.
The PSU Conflict Resolution Program offers either an continuing education, undergraduate degree or Masters degrees in conflict resolution. Both degrees draw from and contribute to theories and insights in the field, as well as preparing students for professional work.
Two year Master’s Degree program as well as electives open to undergraduates.
To Willamette (law) students, the Center for Dispute Resolution is a teaching enterprise — a place to learn the theory and practice of negotiation, mediation, arbitration and other appropriate, alternative methods of resolving disputes.
Single Course on ADR (Appropriate/Alternative Dispute Resolution)