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1324 Lovers Lane
Manhattan, KS 66506-1403

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Conflict Resolution Program

David Thompson
Program Director
309 Justin Hall
785-532-1477
davidt@ksu.edu

Conflict Resolution Certificate

K-State's School of Family Studies and Human Services offers the opportunity for students to earn a certificate in conflict resolution, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The Certificate in Conflict Resolution offers students the fundamentals of conflict resolution and practice. While the program is designed for students who want introductory training in the field of conflict resolution, it is also ideal for lifelong learners who already have either a bachelor's or master's degree and would benefit from academic study of conflict analysis and resolution so they can apply their knowledge in their current professional settings. All courses are offered on campus and online (distance education).

Program Requirements

Enrolling in the Certificate

Completing the Certificate (Graduate Only)

Once you have completed the program requirements for the graduate certificate, you can apply to complete your certificate using one of the form options below.

OR

Check out our Summer Institute!

Do you really want the certificate but think you don't have time? Every summer, we offer the entire certificate program, both undergraduate and graduate, entirely online in June and July. Get all four courses done in just two months (pdf)!

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