Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Certificate
The Department of Leadership and Organizational Administration offers the online graduate certificate in Conflict Resolution and Negotiation. The certificate is offered exclusively online, and admits applicants for all terms on the Clarksville and/or Ft. Campbell campuses.
This nine-hour certificate program explores negotiation theory as well as strategies and styles within an employment context, and equips the individual to become a more effective leader in the role of negotiator and conflict resolver.
This certificate can be earned by taking just one course at a time for three eight-week terms. Students will take LDSP 5700 Conflict Management and Negotiation and two of the following electives: LDSP 5050 Professional Environment: Issues and Ethics, LDSP 5060 Communication Skills for Organizational Administration, LDSP 5130 Leadership Judgment and Decision Making, LDSP 5140 Social Influence Processes, LDSP 5150 Power, Ethics, and Leadership, LDSP 5200 Organizational Culture, Politics and Change, LDSP 5300 Survey of Best Practices in Leadership, LDSP 5350 Diversity in the Workplace, and LDSP 5560 Small Group Leadership. All courses in this certificate program can fully articulate into the Strategic Leadership concentration for the Master of Professional Studies.
Dr. Kathryn Woods
Department of Leadership and Organizational Administration website
Students applying to the Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Certificate program should meet the following admission requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree, conferred in any field, from a regionally accredited institution
- Minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.5
- Choose ONE of the following:
- Admissions Portfolio - Applicants may submit a portfolio in lieu of the GRE. The portfolio must include a current resume, a personal essay detailing the student's personal/professional goals as they relate to completing the graduate program, and two letters of professional and/or academic reference. Applicants must upload or submit the portfolio to the Office of Graduate Admissions.
- Minimum GRE revised General Test scores of: Verbal - 140, Quantitative - 140, and Analytical Writing - 2.5
Documents Required for Admission:
- Application for admission
- Application Fee: $45 domestic or $55 international
- Official transcripts from all colleges attended
- Official GRE scores (or) Admissions Portfolio [in lieu of GRE scores]
- Admission decision by department