LGL 140 - Conflict Resolution Skills3
Course Description: Students are introduced to conflict resolution skills of negotiation, mediation and arbitration through a series of cases and role plays. The nature and sources of conflict are examined within the context of judicial and non-judicial conflict resolution models. Ethical considerations are analyzed. The course provides students with an opportunity to learn basic negotiating and mediating skills.
General Education Elective(s): Social Science
Course Student Learning Outcomes:
- Identify sources of conflict, explain the nature of conflict, and discuss the function that conflict resolution serves in modern society.
- Explain the difference between judicial and non-judicial conflict resolution models.
- Discuss the various moral and ethical issues arising in conflict.
- Analyze conflict scenarios, and propose resolution of the scenarios.
- Practice conflict resolution skills such as negotiation, mediation, and arbitration.
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