• Certificate in Transformation of Conflict

    The Department of Leadership, School Counseling & Sport Management at the University of North Florida offers an interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate that is acceptable to fulfill the Cognate requirement in the Leadership doctoral program. This graduate certificate seeks to establish a supportive learning community that emphasizes reflection, self knowledge, cross-cultural understanding, nonviolent communication and proactive conflict transformation. Students develop knowledge and skills for understanding and addressing conflict within academic institutions, governments, nongovernmental organizations, the private sector, the media, and other professional venues.

    Why Study Conflict Transformation?

    Conflict is omnipresent, emerging from many sources with intrapersonal, interpersonal and systemic antecedents. Responses to conflict can be highly enlightening and valuable for all who are experiencing and managing them. The Conflict Transformation (CT) Program enhances the abilities of individuals and communities of people to recognize diverse needs and develop nonviolent processes for transforming conflicts. Processes studied will include conflict transformation and conflict resolution, forgiveness, reconciliation, and peacebuilding.


    Cognate Requirements:     Minimum of 12 Credits
    Certificate Requirements: Minimum of 18 Credits

     The CT Graduate Program is intentionally interdisciplinary in nature. Consequently, students in every college of the University of North Florida may study in the new CT Program. Below are 3-unit courses with CT foci that are offered for graduate students.

     

  • Major: Transformation of Conflict
    Degree: Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
    Certificate Requirements (18 credits)
    EDA6991 Exp: Educational Admin (0-12 Credits)
    EDG6403 Foundations of Conflict Trans (3 Credits)
    ELECTIVES Select 3 courses (9 hours)

    Students should see the Program Director for specific pre-approve electives to select from.
    • Student can refer to the following website for more information.
    • http://www.unf.edu/~ccarter/ct/
    PAX6490 Practicum Conflict Transf.