This specialization trains professionals who want to practice as third-party neutrals in dispute resolution or be knowledgeable participants in the dispute resolution process.
The Center for Dispute Resolution is celebrating its No. 11 rank by U.S. News & World Report. Marquette also has a graduate certificate program in dispute resolution.
The dispute resolution specialization is ideal for:
To earn a master's degree in public service, students must complete 36 credit hours of course work.
|PUBS 6000||History and Theory of Leadership and Ethics||3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6205||Urban Policy and Public Service Administration||3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6210||Ethics in Public Service||3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6025||Research Methods||3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6051||Contemporary Leadership||3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6215||Nature of Cities||3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6220||Organizational Behavior in Public Service||3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6230||Legal Issues in Public Service||3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6235||Communication and the Management Process in Urban Service||3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6240||Urban Public Sector Economics||3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6995||Independent Study||1-3 credit hours|
|PUBS 6931||Topics in Public Service||1-3 credit hours|
|DIRS 6600||Mediation||3 credit hours|
|DIRS 6605||Advanced Mediation||3 credit hours|
|DIRS 6610||Dispute Resolution Theory||3 credit hours|
|DIRS 6615||Advanced Issues in Dispute Resolution||3 credit hours|
|DIRS 6964||Practicum in Dispute Resolution||1-3 credit hours|
|DIRS 6995||Independent Study (must be approved)||3 credit hours|
There are basically two (2) options for a professional project.