Your Career: Conflict Resolution

The Fletcher School offers a rigorous, yet flexible, curriculum to let you tailor your graduate education to the international career of your choice. The following Fletcher courses can help you launch or advance your career in conflict resolution.

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Advanced Seminar in Development and Conflict Resolution

Issues In Civil-Military Relations

Conflict Resolution Practice

Theories of Conflict and Conflict Resolution

Evaluation of Peacebuilding and Development for Practitioners and Donors

Design and Monitoring of Peacebuilding and Development

Gender, Culture and Conflict in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Seminar on Internal Conflicts and War

International Mediation

International Organizations

Introduction to Research Methods

Peace Operations

Politics and Processes of Reconciliation: Transitional Justice and Multicultural Citizenships

Policy and Strategy in the Origins, Conduct, and Termination of War

Processes of International Negotiation

Protracted Social Conflict: Dynamics, Major Issues and Possible Consequences

The Role of Force in International Politics

Humanitarian Action in Complex Emergencies

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Our Alumni

Sophia Dawkins, The Fletcher School, MALD 11

Sophia L. R. Dawkins


Conflict Dynamics International, Program Officer, Governance and Peacebuilding, South Sudan

Dawkins splits her time between South Sudan, Kenya and the cooler climates of Boston and Britain, working for Conflict Dynamics International. As a program officer in peacebuilding for the well-known nonprofit organization, she finds herself at the cutting edge of policy making and helping nations like South Sudan transition out of conflict. Read more

Our Alumni

Jeff Chamberlin


Deputy Director of the Office of European and African Threat Reduction

There have been many moments in Jeff Chamberlin’s work at the U.S. National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) when he’s found himself negotiating over an important element aimed at reducing the danger of nuclear proliferation. And what has flashed into his mind? Read more

Our Alumni

Vanessa Corlazzoli

MALD 2011
Design, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager; Search for Common Ground; Washington, DC

At Search for Common Ground, Vanessa Corlazzoli provides critical support to peace-building and conflict resolution programs in more than 25 countries around the world. Before this appointment, Vanessa, who is originally from Uruguay and Canada, studied Human Security and Humanitarian Studies at The Fletcher School. Read more about Vanessa's experience at Fletcher.