Conflict and Dispute Resolution
Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MS)
School of Law
Fall Term: Round 1: December 2, Round 2: February 3
Fall Term: August 31
This program may accept applications after the posted deadline on a space-available basis. Refer to the program’s website for more details.
MEDIAN TIME TO DEGREE
The conflict and dispute resolution (CRES) master’s program, housed in the School of Law, provides students with the opportunity to develop the conceptual knowledge and professional skills needed to engage conflict in a variety of contexts.
This interdisciplinary program is composed of four main parts: core courses, electives, internship, and a final project.
The core curriculum balances theory with skills courses to provide students with a solid foundation. Students are then able to match their electives, internship(s), and final project to a specific area of specialization.
Sectors of conflict resolution include but are not limited to: restorative justice, education, environmental, public policy, international, organizational/workplace, family, labor/management, community, etc.
Graduates of the program gain access to a wide range of professional opportunities.
Application at a Glance
You apply for admission through your program. Detailed instructions are available on the program’s website.
UO Application Requirements
- Official Transcripts
- English Language Proficiency Requirement for International Applicants
- Financial Verification for International Applicants
Program-Specific Application Requirements
- Letters of Recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
- Writing Sample
- CV (can be submitted in place of a resume)
- GMAT/GRE/LSAT (recommended) (UO Institution Code: 4846)