Jun 26, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Interdisciplinary Conflict Resolution Minor

The Minor in Interdisciplinary Conflict Resolution provides a theoretical and empirical framework building upon the strengths of several programs across campus. The minor provides students a understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of analyzing and resolving conflict within the context of a variety of academic disciplines and professional careers.

Admission Requirements:

The ICR Minor is available to current K-State undergraduate students, post-baccalaureate K-State students, and non-K-State graduates of an accredited University subject to the following criteria:

Students must submit a Minor Application Form.

The application must be approved by the ICR Minor chair in order for the student to be eligible to receive the requested minor.

Applicants must have completed all necessary graduate requirements from an accredited 4-year university.

All post-baccalaureate students will be handled through Global Campus. The Conflict Resolution courses (listed above) for the ICR Minor currently are provided both on campus and through distance delivery; any non-CNRES course options listed in the three tracks are available according to individual department offerings.

Minor Requirements: (15 credits)

Elective Options: (9 hours)

Select one of the following three tracks:

Completion Requirements:

The Interdisciplinary Conflict Resolution Minor will be available upon the completion of the fifteen (15) required hours. To be awarded a minor, the student must a) not be on probation, and b) have a C or better in all coursework applied to the minor.

Total Hours Required: 15