Juris Doctor/Master of Science (Negotiation and Conflict Resolution) curriculum

NCR Foundational Courses
LAW 310Alternative Dispute Resolution2
NCR 622Conflict Engagement and Leadership3
NCR 624Dynamics of Conflict3
NCR 625Systems and Consulting for Conflict Specialists2
NCR 626Culture, Gender and Power Differences in Conflict2
NCR Skills and Processes Courses
LAW 404Mediation Process3
LAW 410Negotiation3
or NCR 615 Negotiation
NCR 623Online Dispute Resolution2
NCR 627Facilitation and Group Processes2
NCR Electives
Select 7 credits of elective courses. Four of the seven elective credits may come from approved LAW courses.7
Organizational Collaboration and Conflict Management
Health Care Collaboration and Conflict Resolution
International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Applied Interdisciplinary Research: A Narrative Approach
Seminar: Special Topics in Conflict Resolution
Conflict Engagement and Leadership
Arbitration
Elder Law
Marriage and Divorce
International Business Transactions
Health Care Organizations
Labor Law
International Law
NCR Capstone
NCR 733Practicum3
J.D. First-year Required Courses32
J.D. Second-year Required Courses22
J.D. Electives18
35 elective credits (including the professional skills requirement) are normally required for the J.D. Eight credits of LAW courses (310, 404, and 410 or 615) are in the NCR Foundational section. Up to 9 credits may be fulfilled by NCR courses.

An academic residency requirement of 6 semesters of full-time enrollment (or its part-time equivalent) must be met. For this purpose, full-time enrollment requires carrying at least 10 hours of J.D. coursework.

Many of the masters-level courses are available in intensive one- or two-week schedule formats during evenings, spring and fall breaks and summers.