International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
The International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution field (INCR) examines causes of violent conflict in the international context. The field focuses on theories of intergroup and ethnonational (broadly defined) conflicts, and the international dimensions of intrastate conflicts. The field also focuses on theories and practice of international negotiation, mediation, problem-solving, and various other approaches to international conflict resolution. The field covers additional topics, particularly gender, culture, development, and religion, as they relate to conflict and conflict resolution.
MALD: 3 courses in field of study
MGA: 6 courses in field of study
Total Credits Required
MALD: 9.00 credits
MGA: 18.00 credits
DHP D223 Theories of Conflict and Conflict Resolution
DHP D207 Religion and Conflict in International Relations: Policymaking Assumptions, Analysis, and Design
DHP D220 Processes of International Negotiation
DHP D221 International Mediation
DHP D224 Negotiation and Mediation in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
DHP D225 Conflict Resolution Practice
DHP D232 Gender, Culture and Conflict in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies
DHP H261 War and Society in the Middle East in Historical Perspective
DHP P221 Memory Politics: Truth, Justice and Redress
DHP P227 Advanced Development and Conflict Resolution
DHP P246M Civil Resistance: Global Implications of Nonviolent Struggles for Rights and Accountability
DHP P253 Sustainable Development Diplomacy
DHP P263 Civil Wars: Theory and Policy
DHP P298 Conflict in Africa
ILO L224 Peace Operations
One skills course is required. Review the list of skills courses here.
A practicum is required for MGA students.