Rather than maintaining our own list, we link here to very useful lists of education and training opportunities compiled by a number of our colleagues.
- Guide to MA Program in Peace and Conflict Resolution and Related Fields - Peace and Collaborative Development Network (PCDN)
- Guide to Ph.D. Programs in Conflict Resolution and Related Fields - Peace and Collaborative Development Network (PCDN)
- Directory of Resources and Programs for Education and Training in Dispute Resolution, Conflict Transformation, Peacework, or Humanitarian Practice -- Peacemakers Trust
- Graduate Programs in Peace Studies and Related Fields -- Clark University
- Recommended Phd Programs -- Eastern Mennonite University
Other useful information for students already in education or training programs include the following:
- Online Courses and Educational Materials
Here we have two "self study" courses based on Beyond Intractability and CRInfo (a partner site of Beyond Intractability). We used to have funding that enabled us to actively teach these courses---having assignments and giving feedback. We no longer have funding to do this. However, students should feel free to use these two courses for "self-study." Instructors should also feel free to adopt some or all of these syllabi for their own use, (acknowledging BI as the source of the readings, of course), although we ask in exchange for feedback of what you used, and how you "packaged it" within other teaching materials. We also ask that If students use BI as an alternative to a text book, we would appreciate your asking them to contribute a small fee to its maintenance — see the contribution page for guidelines.
- Working With Strong Emotions in the Classroom: A Guide for Teachers and Students
Information and resources that teachers and students can use to prepare themselves for the highly-emotional exchanges — both expected and unexpected — that may occur in a classroom setting.
- Group Projects: A Conflict Resolution Guide for Students
Resources, helpful advice, and guidelines for successfully completing a group project, while constructively handling conflicts that may arise among the group members.
- Multi-level Conflict Mapping Using PowerPoint, Prezi, and Websites
Discussion of the advantages of graphical conflict maps, and an introduction to the Beyond Intractability / CRInfo library of such resources.