What does the Conflict Resolution Institute at the University of Denver have to offer?
An Interdisciplinary Approach
Our curriculum integrates critical ideas of conflict theory and resolution through courses in Communications, Law, Business, Social Work, International Studies, Professional Psychology, and Theology.
Experts in the Field
Our professors include experienced teachers, well-known scholars, and practitioners from government and non-profit organizations.
A Hands-on Approach
Our program provides opportunities for students to gain practical experience in Denver, across the United States, and abroad through innovative internships, community involvement, and assessments of linking theory with practical conflict resolution applications.
Courses Schedule Flexibility
Evening and weekend classes are offered to accommodate working professionals.
The University of Denver is the oldest independent university in the Rocky Mountain region. With a student population of about 10,000 students, more than half are graduate students pursuing Law, Masters, and Doctoral degrees. Our program provides the academic challenges of a large research university while maintaining the quality and intimacy of a small school with a commitment to personal attention.
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