Program Goals and Curriculum
The Graduate Certificate in Health Care Collaboration and Conflict Management program is ideal for health care professionals who wish to better manage adversity in the workplace. The program takes about a year to complete, and coursework can be applied to a Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution if you wish to continue your education.
To earn this certificate, you must complete 15 credits:
- Introduction to Negotiation and Conflict Engagement
- Dynamics of Conflict Resolution and Engagement
- Leadership and Conflict Engagement
- Culture, Gender, and Power Differences in Conflict
- Health Care Collaboration and Conflict Resolution
Faculty within the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies come from backgrounds in business, health, education, law, and the arts and sciences. Together, their experiences and expertise provide students in the health care collaboration and conflict management certificate program with a robust interdisciplinary education that can apply to a wide variety of careers in health care.