The Accelerated Master's program provides an efficient progression to complete the Justice & Society B.A. and the Master of Science (M.S.) in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution. Through the completion of six graduate level courses in the senior year of undergrad, students will be able to complete both degrees at the completion of the fifth year of study.
Students choosing to enroll in the Accelerated program are required to submit a formal application to the M.S. in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program by the end of the spring semester of the junior year.
- B.A., Justice and Society requirements
- Complete the courses in the Plan of Study below during the final semesters of the B.A. degree.
- Complete the remaining M.S., Negotiation and Conflict Resolution requirements
|JPS 588||Christian Ethics Of War And Peace||3|
|NCR 620||Introduction to Conflict Engagement||3|
|JPS 565||Catholic Social Teaching||3|
|NCR 624||Dynamics of Conflict Resolution and Engagement||3|
|NCR 626||Culture, Gender and Power Differences in Conflict||3|
|NCR 622||Conflict Engagement and Leadership||3|
|NCR 633||Oral Narratives and Conflict: An Applied Interdisciplinary Approach||3|
|NCR 635||Facilitative Conflict Engagement||3|
|NCR 625||Systems Thinking in Conflict||3|