Certificates & Degrees

Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Consensus Building

The Conflict Resolution and Consensus Building Certificate offers students at the post-baccalaureate level the opportunity to pursue an interdisciplinary concentration in the study of conflict resolution and to gain an intellectual background in the theories and methodologies of conflict resolution and consensus building. The certificate enhances interdisciplinary connections among Anthropology, Dietetics and Nutrition, Education, Environmental Studies, Hospitality, International Relations, Labor Studies, Latin American Studies, Law, Management, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Public Health, Religious Studies, Sociology and complements studies in other areas.

Undergraduate Certificate in Conflict and Dispute Resolution (New)

The Certificate in Conflict and Dispute Resolution offers students the opportunity to obtain an interdisciplinary concentration in the study of conflict resolution and an intellectual background in the theories and methodologies of conflict and dispute resolution. Learning to apply effective conflict and dispute resolution skills in variety of contexts (individual, organizational and global) is a necessity in modern society. The certificate also enhances interdisciplinary connections among Business, Criminology, Education, Human Resource Management, International Relations, Labor Studies, Law, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology, and many other disciplines.

Certificate and Minor in Labor Studies

Labor Studies is the examination of issues that people confront in their pursuit for a rewarding employment. The focus of inquiry is on workers as individuals, as members and/or leaders in their unions or associations, and as citizens of their communities. The Minor and the Certificate in Labor Studies enhance interdisciplinary connections among Anthropology, Economics, Education, Hospitality, International Relations, Labor Studies, Latin American Studies, Law, Management, Political Science, Psychology, Public Administration, Public Health, Sociology, Women Studies and complements studies in other areas.

Education/ Vocational/Technical Credits

Below is the class rotation schedule for Education/ Vocational/Technical classes. For more information about EVT, please contact Dr. Judith Bernier, Director of Academic Programs: jbernier@fiu.edu

Summer Fall Spring
ECT 3004 ECT 3183C ECT 3004
ECW 4103 EVT 4502 ECW 4103