Certificate Program Director Mara Schoeny, Ph.D., with students at a Congressional Progressive Caucus.
Each of these 15-credit programs (see list below) is specifically tailored to provide students with practical knowledge of Conflict Analysis and Resolution relevant to their focused areas of work. Designed for mid-career professionals studying in a cohort environment, the Graduate Certificate degrees integrate conflict analysis and resolution theory, research, and practical technique focused on areas of the respective certificate programs. These programs utilize intensive course sessions, lecture, seminar, and applied mentored learning in real and simulated situations to prepare students to utilize Conflict Analysis and Resolution approaches in their work in a variety of fields.
The Certificate Program is open to students seeking a certificate degree alone, as well as to students enrolled in Masters' or Ph.D. programs at George Mason University who would like to add a certificate as a secondary degree. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about this option.
Learn more about S-CAR Graduate Certificate options
- Conflict Analysis and Resolution Advanced Skills
- Conflict Analysis and Resolution Collaborative Leadership in Community Planning
- Conflict Analysis and Resolution for Prevention, Reconstruction, and Stabilization
- World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution
Dr. Marc Gopin, World Religions, Diplomacy & Conflict Resolution
Fall Application Deadlines
May 1: Graduate Certificate priority deadline
July 25: Graduate Certificate final deadline
Spring Application Deadlines
November 15: Graduate Certificate priority deadline January 5: Graduate Certificate final deadline
Applicants with international credits must submit transcipts at least one month prior to application deadline.
David J. Smith
Faculty & Graduating Class of 2009 Dr. Mara Schoeny & Graduating Class of 2008
Dr. Mara Schoeny, Director, S-CAR Certificate Programs
Virginia (Dina) Rubey, Assistant, S-CAR Certificate Programs