Conflict & Dispute Resolution (CRES) Master's Program
1515 Agate St
Eugene, Oregon, 97403, United States
The Conflict & Dispute Resolution (CRES) program is an interdisciplinary master's program housed in the University of Oregon School of Law. Our students come from a variety of backgrounds. Within a small cohort, students study dispute resolution theory, develop practical conflict resolution skills, and apply knowledge and skills in real-world conditions through a 320-hour internship experience. Many of our students pursue joint graduate degrees in public administration/policy, international relations, environmental studies, law, and more.
Master's Degree, MS, MA, Master of Conflict & Dispute Resolution
Program Director, Conflict & Dispute Resolution Master's Program-University of Oregon School of Law
We value diversity at all levels including age, race/ethnicity, disability, and personal/professional background. Our program does not have any academic or experiential prerequisites. Our students come from a range of backgounds, from undergrad directly, or with some number of years in the workplace. They share a passion for this subject area and a desire to make a positive difference in the world. Some come with past mediation experience, and/or past overseas travel and work experience, past educational or training experience, and some do not.