Master of Science in Conflict Analysis & Resolution
George Mason University

Program Details

The online MS in Conflict Analysis & Resolution degree program integrates conflict analysis and resolution theory, research methods, practical techniques, and ethical perspectives of the field. Students learn specific practices for addressing sources of hostility and methods of altering negative patterns of interaction and are able to apply this knowledge in laboratory simulations, workshops, internships, and field practice.


Have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college. GPA of 3.0. Previous coursework in social sciences and prior work experience are desirable. Transcripts. Resume. Three letters of recommendation. Goals statement. GRE or other standardized test scores are not required but may be submitted. 

At least 90% of the courses in this program can be completed online. Most online courses are delivered asynchronously and offerings vary by semester.

School Accreditation Statement

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges