Dispute Resolution Certificate Enables you to develop ADR knowledge and skills in an organized, thoughtful, and scholarly way which links theory to practie. Eligibility The Certificate in Dispute Resolution is for professionals from all disciplines as well as degree-seeking students. Admission eligibility is based on receipt of a baccalaureate degree from a nationally or regionally accredited institution. Curriculum Four Core Courses (9 credits) Theories of Conflict (2 credits) (offered: January term and Summer Institute) Mediation or Family Mediation (3 credits) (offered: January term and Summer Institute) Negotiation (2 credits) Qualifying Courses: Negotiation (offered:Certificate in International Business Negotiation- Summer Institute) Negotiation (offered:January Term, and Summer Institute) Arbitration (2 credits) Qualifying Courses: Arbitration (offered: Summer Institute) Introduction to US Arbitration Law (offered: Global Arbitration Law and Practice Certificate) None of the core courses have prerequisites; however, we recommend you take Theories of Conflict as early as possible. Electives (5 credits) Choose from among the other courses offered in the DRI January Term, Summer Institute, or Study Abroad. With advanced permission, you may import up to 4 qualifying credits from other graduate institutions. Tuition: $980 per credit. Procedure for Obtaining Your Certificate Certificates are issued two times a year: at the conclusion of both January term and Summer Institute. To obtain your certificate, you must contact Kitty Atkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the conclusion of the term during which you complete your last certificate requirement Apply now (PDF) For more information, contact Kitty Atkins (email@example.com).