Curriculum

(No longer enrolling new students)

Champlain’s Mediation & Applied Conflict Studies faculty will guide you, as you gain expertise in a specialty area of your choosing, through a combination of the program’s core work, electives, research, fieldwork and networking with professionals in the field.

Course #TitleCredits

Required Courses

MED 501Negotiation3
MED 502Interpersonal Conflict3
As part of this course, all students take part in our six-day, on-campus Residency experience.
MED 504Principles of Conflict Analysis6
MED 505Fieldwork3
MED 514Ethics for Conflict Resolution Professionals3
MED 516Fieldwork II6
MED 535Systems and Conflict3
MED 551Reflective Practice3
As part of this course, all students take part in our four-day, on-campus Residency experience.
MED 552Culture, Race & Gender3
MED 554Conflict Intervention Skills 13
MED 555Conflict Intervention Skills 23
MED 556Conflict Intervention Skills 3 3
As part of this course, all students take part in our six-day, on-campus Residency experience.
MED 561-564Labs0.5 each

Complete one of the following electives:

MED 521Organizational Conflict3
MED 523Facilitation3
MED 524Family Mediation / Divorce Mediation3
MED 553Culture, Race & Gender II3
As part of their chosen elective, all students take part in our four-day, on-campus Residency experience.
Total:42