The Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution prepares students for work in mediation, negotiation and dispute resolution. Students will learn the skills and concepts of non-adversarial problem solving and apply them in both public and private sectors, including family law, business, commerce, tax, insurance and domestic disputes. Arrangements may be made for specific industries or interests to have a graduate certificate in conflict resolution especially designed to meet the regulatory requirements of that field.
See Certificate Program Admission Policies for more information.
All courses must be completed at Golden Gate University with a cumulative grade-point average (GPA) of 3.00 (“B” average) or better in courses taken at Golden Gate University that are applicable to the program’s requirements. See Graduate Student Academic Standing Standards for more information.
Course prerequisites are indicated in the course description for each course and must be satisfied prior to enrolling in a given course. Prerequisites may be satisfied through transfer of equivalent coursework from external institutions or by taking the courses at GGU.