Master of Management and Science Course Description 

The Master of Management and Science program is designed to provide advance knowledge, skills and practical assimilation of the knowledge needed to be successful managers and leaders in the business and Science Communities. The research skills and knowledge acquired through the program allow students to be prepared for the challenges and competition associated with the business and science industries. The research work and practice acquired by the students prepared them to be well grounded and rounded for their profession and to get up to date knowledge of these industries. 

International Peace and Dispute Resolution – Select 7 Core courses below and 5 required courses for the management program – 36 Credits

IPD 7000 Foundations and Development of Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies (3) This course gives knowledge and expertise in subject-specific and generic skills, qualifying you for both academic and non-academic positions in a variety of organizations. This program specializes in strong research culture with a strong reputation for the quality of the research produced and the growing number of research grants it is attracting. This course is all about effective implementation of public policies form central elements of contemporary political debates around the world. 

IPD 7010 Communication Dynamics in Dispute Resolution: The human Factors (3)

This course teaches more than just a mechanical application of procedures and techniques. This subject involves the perception that one person's interests, needs or values are incompatible with those of another person along with feelings, such as anger, fear or sadness. This dispute resolution course teaches better understanding of the conflict's history and its context and of the parties' feelings, values and patterns of communication will reveal their deeper needs. 

IPD 7020 Mediation Theory and Practice (3)

This course is taught in different universities and it is all about management and practice. This is blending theory with application. This course introduces the process of mediation while grounding the student in informative research and theory. This subject provides a thorough introduction to the ever expanding world of mediation. By blending theory with practical application, this book introduces the process of mediation while grounding the student in informative research and theory.

IPD 7030 Negotiation – Theory and Practice (3)

Negotiation theory and practice teaches better understanding. It gives an excellent introduction to both theoretic and practical issues in negotiation. This course provides an overview of the theoretical issues negotiators must confront and an opportunity for students to hone their negotiating skills. Topics of this course include negotiation preparation, integrative and distributive bargaining, the effect of psychological factors and social norms in negotiation, unique issues that arise when lawyers are involved in negotiation, legal rules affecting the negotiation process, the personal styles of negotiators, and differences between two-party and multi-party negotiating situations.

IPD 7040 Facilitation Theory and Practice (3)

Objective and motive of this subject is to make development activities effective and sustainable. This subject contains a lot of “facilitators” involved in various development projects who work for “facilitating” activities of stakeholders. This course helps the learners or trainees to find out and learn something important by themselves. It has been analyzed that this course has the traditional way of teaching.

IPD 7050 Theories of Conflict and Conflict Resolution (3)

This theory teaches students about 1970s when maximum attention was meant on the East-West conflict and its specter of thermonuclear annihilation. In this subject students will learn about Middle East conflict and the Northern Irish "Troubles" the brutal Apartheid system in South Africa. Students study this subject in depth. It is full of interdisciplinary group of anthropologists, historians, political scientists, psychologists, international lawyers, and others.

IPD 7060 Culture and conflict: Cross Cultural Perspectives (3)

This course teaches entire concept of culture and conflict. It exposes entire cultural and conflict resolution. Professors teach cross-cultural conflict resolution research is that religion is a perennial and perhaps inevitable factor in both conflict and conflict resolution. Students will learn goals and objectives of this subject and learn how remove religious barrier and do peacemaking. This subject teaches students to resolve disputes based on interests before rights and power and they’ll learn from experience with conflicts.