CO 275 - Conflict Management

CO 275 - Conflict Management

3.00 Cr
Social Science. Students learn various strategies for engaging in productive conflict management, while preventing and de-escalating destructive conflict. The course examines the dynamics of everyday conflicts across a variety of settings, from personal relationships to the workplace. Additionally, students will be asked to reflect on their own style of conflict management and improve their skills. Course content will include both theory and application, with an emphasis on their interrelation. Topics include factors that influence conflict choices, ethical implications, options for third-party intervention, and the roles of forgiveness and reconciliation.
Term: 
2022FA
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Northup, Brent
Towles, Megan