|CONFLICT RESOLUTION ONLINE SCHEDULE|
|Fall '13 (Sept.-Dec.)||Winter '14|
|Introduction to Conflict Resolution||•||•||•|
|Negotiating with Integrity||•||•|
|Dealing with Difficult Conversations||•||•|
|The above schedule is subject to change. Courses start on various dates within each semester.|
|Fall schedule and registration available in June. Winter schedule and registration available in November. Spring/Summer schedule and registration available in March.|
Incorporating conflict resolution skills into business processes can be crucial to your organization’s short-term health and long-term success. Conflict resolution techniques are quick, inexpensive and low-risk compared to the alternatives – lower productivity, loss of business relationships or going to court.
Introduction to Conflict Resolution is the prerequisite for the other two courses in the program.
It is important that you are aware of the technical requirements for using the Blackboard online learning platform prior to registering for online course. Please refer to the following link for more information: Blackboard Technical Requirements
The listed course hours indicate the estimated time for students to review the online learning units. The actual time spent completing assignments will vary depending on each student’s particular learning style and level of study skills.
Earning Your Certificate of Completion
Complete the three required courses (45 hours).
Introduction to Conflict Resolution
Begin to develop a personal philosophy for conflict resolution as you explore the benefits mediation and negotiation in a variety of settings. Assess your ability to communicate effectively and discover your personal style of handling conflict. Recognize the importance of separating the people from the problem and begin to apply conflict management processes.
Note: This course is the prerequisite to all other courses in the certificate.
|Subject code: XCFR 20101||15 hours. Fee: $335|
|CRN 50001||Online||May 6-Jun. 9|
Negotiating with Integrity
Begin to examine the concepts of negotiating with integrity and consider their application in the business community. Identify key skills and processes which assist in effective negotiations and consider key elements in preparing to negotiate. Be introduced to the 4-Stage model of negotiation: interests, options, agreements and alternatives.
|Subject code: XCFR 20004||This course will be offered in Fall 2013.|
Dealing with Difficult Conversations
Develop communication skills to deal with difficult situations. By following the techniques outlined in this course, the parties walk away thanking each other for good, clear, compassionate conversation and look forward to other such interactions. Create your own approach by understanding the barriers that make communication difficult and building on concepts and skills presented.
|Subject code: XCFR 20003||This course will be offered in Fall 2013.|