Master’s Degree in Applied Conflict Management SurveyPosted Oct. 14, 2013
Kent State University is developing a master’s degree program in applied conflict management on the Kent Campus. The master’s degree will be situated in the larger field of peace and conflict studies, which examines the causes and consequences of violence, develops methods for resolving conflicts, and analyzes the values and institutions of peace.
The goal of the master’s degree program is to graduate professionals equipped to assist others in creating more effective structures, healthier relationships, and more productive decision-making and change processes in families, nonprofit agencies, businesses, governments and communities.
Graduates could work as diplomats, in human rights organizations, as officials in international or community development agencies or groups, as mediators or arbitrators, as ombudspersons, as in-house conflict specialists for corporations, school systems or other organizations, or as human resources specialists or customer relations professionals, to name just a few positions.
If you are considering enrolling in a master’s degree program in applied conflict management within five years and would like to learn more about Kent State’s proposed program, please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/KSUMACM1 by Oct. 25 to take our five-minute survey. Once you have completed the survey, you will be entered into a random drawing to win a $75 Starbucks gift card. Four gift cards will be awarded. Respondent confidentiality is guaranteed.
Thank you for your participation. If you have any technical issues accessing the survey, please email Liz Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.