Dual Degree: MS (Organizational Leadership)/MS (Negotiation and Conflict Resolution)

Students wishing to obtain the MS in Organizational Leadership/MS in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution degree will complete 47 credits across both programs. The 36-credit MS in Organizational Leadership can be completed by utilizing 9 credits of NCR courses as electives in the program. The 32-credit MS in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution will be completed by replacing 9 credits with MSL courses. The completion of one 3-credit practicum or leadership capstone will meet the requirement as the final course for both programs.

The program can be completed within 2-3 years, online, on campus, or both depending on availability.

NCR Requirements
NCR 620Introduction to Negotiation and Conflict Resolution3
NCR 623Online Dispute Resolution2
NCR 624Dynamics of Conflict3
NCR 625Systems and Consulting for Conflict Specialists2
NCR 626Culture, Gender and Power Differences in Conflict2
NCR 627Facilitation and Group Processes2
NCR 628Mediation Residency4
NCR 633Applied Interdisciplinary Research: A Narrative Approach2
MSL Requirements
GRD 601Writing for Graduate Students1
MSL 600Leadership Theory, Application and Reflection2
MSL 601Strategic Orienteering and Execution Tactics3
MSL 602Communicating and Leading Across Cultures3
MSL 603Innovation and Adaptive Change3
MSL 604Approaches to Human Capital3
MSL Electives - Select three (Must be approved by the MSL Program Director)9
Practicum
NCR 733Practicum3
or MSL 790 Leadership Capstone
Total Credits47