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Kroc School of Peace Studies

Law Enforcement: Get Your Master of Science in Conflict Management and Resolution 

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Complete the form on this page to download the MS-CMR course guide and curriculum, and take the next step to advancing in your career.

Transform conflict into positive change.

Although some try to avoid conflict, law enforcement officers who harness and manage it effectively can generate positive social change and build bridges instead of walls. The nine-month Master of Science in Conflict Management and Resolution (MS-CMR) at the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies incorporates conflict approaches from law, business, and international relations. This comprehensive, dynamic, skill-based degree enables professionals in law enforcement to manage and resolve conflicts in order to create positive change.

No matter what division of law enforcement you belong to (police, border patrol, department of corrections, etc.), this program can help you advance in your career, generate valuable new connections for you, and better prepare you for the variety of conflicts you face.

And now, law enforcement gets 50% off of tuition for the MS-CMR degree.

Why should law enforcement pursue the MS-CMR program at USD’s Kroc School?

  • Gain practical skills, expertise and experience to resolve conflicts efficiently and effectively.
  • Understand and address individual and organizational situations as well as system-level conflict in a variety of cultural contexts.
  • Learn mitigation, mediation, facilitation and negotiation through experimentation, simulation and practice, inside and outside the classroom.
  • Build upon your real-world experience and apply it to resolve real-world conflicts.

Complete the form on this page to download the MS-CMR course guide and curriculum, and prepare to advance in your law enforcement career.

 

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