JSGS 853-001
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution

Through lectures, videos, exercises and simulated role-plays, this course will provide a theoretical foundation useful in understanding dispute resolution; analyze the styles (competitive, cooperative, etc.) adopted in problem solving; enhance communication and problem-solving skills used in reaching agreements; consider the strategic and tactical options available when resolving disputes; and review the ethical dimensions of bargaining and facilitating agreements. Negotiation and mediation practices will be considered extensively with reference made to arbitration and other Alternate Dispute Resolution options. One-on-one, multi-issue, multi-party and multi-setting scenarios will be explored.

Course Offerings

Term 3 - Spring/Summer 2018 (2017/18 Academic Year)

  • U of R

    Registration #: 21127
    Instructor(s): Robert E. Hawkins
    Day: May 7-11
    Time: 9:00am-4:50pm
    Room: 2R 210

Term 2 - Winter 2019 - (2018/19 Academic Year) (Tentative)

  • U of S

    Instructor(s): Robert E. Hawkins
    Day: Block
    Time: February 19-23 (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)
    Room: DIEF 137