Graduate Certificate in Negotiation & Conflict Resolution
Creighton University

Program Details

The graduate certificate in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution offered through the Werner Institute at Creighton University's School of Law teaches you effective techniques of conflict management, negotiation, and online dispute resolution from a systemic approach. The negotiation tactics and conflict resolution strategies you will learn during the program will help you at every point of your career, no matter what industry you serve.  You'll learn by participating in intensive conflict resolution and negotiation training, which gives you unparalleled experience through simulated role-playing and interactive sessions during the five-day residency. The real-world skills and hands-on training provided during this accelerated online graduate certificate program will help you advance with your current profession or start a new career in negotiation and conflict resolution.


A baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited institution and all corresponding transcripts, a minimum GPA of 3.0, an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae, written mission statement detailing long-term goals and the role the M.S. in NDR would play in that, a short writing sample, two letters of recommendation, and an interview with a member of Creighton's faculty.

Program can be completed in eight months, encompassing 16 credit hours with a five-day residency requirement.

School Accreditation Statement

Higher Learning Commission