Master of Conflict Management and Resolution
Gain an advanced understanding of conflict and disputes and learn practical techniques to facilitate successful resolution and strong business relationships.
Conflict and dispute resolution skills are now recognised as essential for business relationships to function on small, large, national, international and community levels.
Managers and professionals of today deal with dispute and conflict as an everyday element of work. Organisations are placing increased value on mediation, relationship development and conflict resolution skills in the workplace.
Master of Conflict Management and Resolution explores cause and effect of conflict and focuses on developing advanced critical analysis, negotiation, mediation, relationship management and conflict resolution strategies across a range of dispute contexts.
Master of Conflict Management and Resolution course is designed to provide a solid foundation of practical skills and theory for resolving disputes with a strong focus on developing knowledge, skills and techniques of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) which have a common application in most human contexts involving negotiation, mediation and communication.
Master of Conflict Management and Resolution can be combined with a Master of Business Administration.
LB5525:03 Conflict Analysis
LB5530:03 Conflict Resolution Processes
LB5531:03 Research and Writing in Conflict Management and Resolution
LB5533:03 Ethics and Reflective Practice in Conflict Management and Resolution
Select 36 credit points of specified LB55_ _ subjects#
LB5514:03 Cross-Cultural Conflict Resolution
LB5515:03 Workplace Conflict Management
LB5518:03 Advanced Mediation
LB5519:03 Family Dispute Resolution
LB5520:03 Conflict Management and Resolution Project
LB5521:03 Conflict, Reconciliation and Peace
LB5523:03 Research Project Part 1 of 2
LB5524:03 Research Project Part 2 of 2
LB5526:03 Conflict Management and Engagement
LB5527:03 Conflict Coaching
LB5528:03 Advanced Family Dispute Resolution
LB5529:03 Advanced Negotiation
LB5532:03 Topical Issues in Conflict Management and Resolution
# May include up to 6 credit points of other level 5 subjects, approved by the faculty.
CRICOS code: 069812E