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Master of Arts in Conflict Management
Course Code: IHT14
Award:

Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution.

On completion of year one of the programme students with a minimum of 30 ECTs can exit with a Postgraduate Certificate in Mediation in Conflict Resolution (Level 9) accredited by NUI Galway and as a Certified Mediator accredited by the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland.

On completion of years one and two students with a minimum of 90ECTs exit with a Master of Arts in Conflict Management (Level 9) accredited by NUI Galway and as a Certified Mediator accredited by the Mediators’ Institute of Ireland.

Entry Requirements:

A primary degree (min H2:2) or evidence of equivalent academic qualification and relevant professional experience. Applicants without the above but who hold substantial relevant professional experience will also be considered for admission based on evidence of professional experience. Applicants with previous qualifications in Mediation and Conflict Resolution may apply for recognition of Accredited Prior Learning. All candidates will be invited to interview to assess suitability of qualifications and experience.


Duration:

Two Years, Part Time (90 ECTs).         

Fees (euro):

€3,300 per annum. 

Next Intake:

 October 2017.

Closing Date: 2017-06-02

Programme Overview

This programme will challenge traditional views of conflict, and encourage students to develop a reflective, theory-based approach to the application of conflict management skills, and in particular mediation. Practical instruction and exercises will take place within a theoretical framework, and students will take an active part in their learning.

This postgraduate programme combines evening lectures and weekend workshops with online learning, self-directed study and practical exercises. In Year Two students will select a topic of interest on which to prepare a research dissertation. The programme workshops are delivered at St. Angela’s College.

Year One

Semester

ECTS

Conflict Resolution     

– Theories and Strategies

1

10

Mediation Law and Polcy & Processes

1

10

Mediation in Practice

2

10

Advanced Conflict Resolution

Theory & Practice

2

15

Year 2

 

 

Research Methods

1

15

Dissertation     

Yearlong

30

Career Opportunities

Conflict management skills are of benefit in all settings where people interact, for example, education, healthcare, social and community work, management, law and business. This programme will also suit those who have completed some previous study or training in conflict management but who wish to take their skills and knowledge to the next level.

Graduates from this programme will have acquired the necessary skills and qualification to practice as a mediator, and use the conflict management skills.

Contact Details

Amanda Mc Cloat
Home Economics Department
St. Angela’s College
T: 353 71 9135669
E: amccloat@stangelas.nuigalway.ie

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