Dec 14, 2009

MA in Conflict Resolution, Georgetown University, 2010-11

Georgetown University, M.A. Program in Conflict Resolution Accepting Applications for the 2010-2011 Academic Year Georgetown University's two-year M.A. program in Conflict Resolution is a multidisciplinary course of study that combines world class research and practice. Core courses are offered in the Government Department, Psychology Department, and the McDonough School of Business. Electives may be taken across
graduate programs on campus, including Georgetown's international relations programs, which are ranked #1 in America by Foreign Policy magazine.

The two-year M.A. program is an intensive, theoretically- and practically- oriented, multidisciplinary degree. It is housed in the Government Department, with core courses offered also in the Department of Psychology and the McDonough School of Business. Elective courses may be selected from departments across campus, including courses in dispute resolution offered at the Georgetown University Law Center. The program seeks to build on and reinforce Georgetown University 's traditional
commitments to peace, outreach, and ethics.


Applicants for the Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution hold Bachelors degrees in a variety of fields, including Government, International Relations, Psychology, Sociology, Business, Economics, Communications, Theology, Philosophy, and History. They have a broad range of professional, volunteer, and overseas experience.

To be considered for admission all candidates must submit
official GRE scores (institution code: 5244)
official TOEFL scores (for non-native English speakers)
official transcripts from each undergraduate and graduate institution
statement of purpose
academic writing sample (10-15 pages)
resume or CV
three letters of recommendation
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Application forms
admission fee

Admissions are conducted once per year, for fall enrollment. Part-time studies are permitted; interested applicants should contact the department for information on the part-time option. All applicants are considered for one of several merit-based, partial-tuition Conflict Resolution Scholar awards.

For any additional information or to schedule a visit to campus please write to Amanda Potts Ruthven, Program Coordinator, at kar229@georgetown. edu

We are currently accepting applications for the 2010-2011 academic year!
Applications are due January 15, 2010. Visit us on the web at or email us at

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