DR - Dispute Resolution
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. Offered Winter.
DR 6992 Special Topics in Dispute Resolution Cr. 3
Dispute settlement in numerous contexts: business, family, legal system, community, education, church, and employment. History of dispute resolution; current trends as applied to topic areas. Offered Irregularly.
DR 7100 Roots of Social Conflict 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. Offered Fall.
DR 7210 Concepts and Processes of Dispute Resolution I: Negotiation Theory and Practice Cr. 3
Theoretical foundations of processes of negotiation and multi-party collaborative problem solving. Skill building simulation to integrate theory and practice. Offered Yearly.
Equivalent: MGT 7780
DR 7220 Concepts and Processes of Dispute Resolution II: Neutral Intervention Theory and Practice Cr. 3
Dispute resolution growth and methods; mediation, facilitation, conciliation, fact-finding, arbitration; hybrids; dispute resolution institutions and practitioners. Offered Winter.
DR 7310 Practicum in Dispute Resolution Cr. 3
Training in facilitative mediation with opportunity to practice skills in a variety of settings. Offered Fall.
Equivalent: LEX 7660
DR 7890 Final Seminar in Dispute Resolution Cr. 3
Capstone seminar for Dispute Resolution program. Critical issues and assumptions in the practice and research spheres. Offered Winter.
DR 7990 Directed Study in Dispute Resolution Cr. 1-4
Advanced independent readings and writing under supervision of graduate faculty member, in areas of special interest. Offered Yearly.