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MASTER OF CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND RESOLUTION
A Christ-centered education that comes to you.
At ACU, our nationally recognized online degree programs are designed for busy working adults just like you. Our programs are intentionally structured to allow you to balance work, life and other commitments. As a student of ACU Online, you are part of a vibrant, virtual, Christ-centered community.
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ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Disputes are bound to happen in professional settings and in our personal lives. Negotiation, conflict resolution and collaboration skills are highly valued – and greatly needed – in today’s workplace. In fact, conflict resolution-related positions are expected to grow 8% faster than the average occupation, according to the Department of Labor. Your master’s degree in conflict resolution can help position you for a brighter future in any field.
At ACU, our online Master of Arts in Conflict Management and Resolution will give you the knowledge and skills necessary to help you manage conflict effectively and professionally while fostering relationships and successfully moving parties to agreement. Our emphasis on resolution reflects the importance of maintaining relationships, even through a disagreement.
As a social worker, Tina Walker knows how important a supportive environment can be to helping others achieve successful outcomes.
Watch Tina describe how the students and professors in ACU’s Master of Arts in Conflict Management and Resolution program provide her the faith and warmth she needs to continue on her path to becoming a better peacemaker.
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+ Admission Requirements
Contract Negotiation Manager
To be considered for admission, students must:
Complete the online program application accompanied by a non-refundable processing fee.
Submit official transcripts showing earned bachelor's from a regionally accredited college or university or the equivalent.
Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above, probationary status may be granted.