Learn valuable skills related to mediating conflicts in personal and professional
The Conflict Mediation Certificate will teach you how to build and maintain healthy
relationships in all aspects of your personal and professional life.
Certificates/Programs - Undergraduate
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Why earn a certificate in conflict mediation?
Our Conflict Mediation Certificate will teach you skills related to interpersonal
communication, persuasion and intercultural/international communication.
A certificate in Conflict Mediation demonstrates your ability to:
Explore multiple perspectives
Maintain healthy relationships
When completing this certificate, you'll be able to effectively use conflict mediation
strategies to maintain successful relationships both in your personal and professional
life. This certificate is an excellent pairing for students seeking a Communication degree. It also adds a competitive edge to careers in public relations, business,
psychology and more.
Conflict Mediation Certificate at UND
Can be paired with any major.
Teaches skills applicable to numerous home and workplace situations.
Teaches you how to effectively solve issues and maintain healthy relationships.
Conflict Mediation Certificate Courses
COMM 212. Interpersonal Communication. 3 Credits.
Introduces fundamental concepts of communication between individuals. Explores aspects of self expression and relationship communication. To give insights into the dynamics of interpersonal communication. To aid in the understanding of how people present themselves to other people, and how others perceive them in return. F,S,SS.
COMM 402. Intercultural/International Communication. 3 Credits.
This course will provide an overview of the study of intercultural and international communication. Topics addressed will include: history, literature, and culture of specific groups including racial, religious, and ethnic issues that affect communication patterns and outcomes. S.
COMM 313. Persuasion. 3 Credits.
An examination of principles and practices of persuasion and its influence across communication contexts. Emphasis will be placed on ethical standards and implications of persuasion and influence. F,S.
COMM 451. Risk and Crisis Communication. 3 Credits.
This course explores identifying risks to organizational goals and key stakeholders, and communicating effectively during crisis events to maintain organizational legitimacy. Risk and crisis key theories and concepts, applications and analysis are addressed. Prerequisite: COMM 200 or consent of instructor. S.
PSYC 366. Conflict Management. 3 Credits.
This course provides students with an understanding of conflict, its dynamics, major theoretical explanations, and methods of resolution. Students will also learn some basic conflict resolution skills and processes. Prerequisite: PSYC 111.
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