An undergraduate minor in Conflict Resolution (CR) is a great complement to just about any major and will help you increase your competitive edge in the workplace. This interdisciplinary minor requires 21 hours of coursework. That means the minor draws from courses in more than one discipline.
The following courses (12 hours) are required for all students completing the CR minor:
The following courses are required for the CR Certificate:
|PADM 2200||Introduction to Conflict Resolution||3|
|PADM 3100||Workplace Conflict||3|
Students interested in pursuing this minor should contact their major advisor. For additional information about the CR program or minor, please contact the CR advisor.
For the remaining 9 hours of the minor, students may select 3 courses as electives from the approved list in the UNT Catalog. These classes should be chosen in consultation with your advisor and must be from two different academic departments.
Help resolve conflict in a variety of settings.
In today's world, employers seek individuals skilled in negotiation and dispute resolution. Conflict Resolution (CR) is a collection of proven, cost-effective strategies used to address disputes outside the courtroom.
Sharpen your competitive edge with our Conflict Resolution Minor. You’ll learn the skills used to resolve conflicts in marriage, business, education, the community, and in government. Open to all UNT students.
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Contact the College of Health and Public Service Office of Student Services and Academic Advising for more information on our Conflict Resolution Certificate.
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