The Kennesaw State University Master of Science in Conflict Management program was recently featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in an article written by Martha J. Foster.
Below is an exert from the article.
Conflict management, in many ways, could be described as the eternal quest to facilitate “Kumbaya” moments, when people put aside their many differences to work and live together in harmony and mutual respect.
Unfortunately, life around any campfire is complicated. Conflict appears at home, in schools and in businesses. The disruptive effects of conflict can impair productivity, drain resources and devastate lives, which is why Kennesaw State University offers a Master of Science degree in conflict management, or MSCM.
“Our students are typically midcareer professionals who are either making a career shift into conflict management or trying to add new skills to be more effective in their current job,” said Ansley M. Wood, administrative director of the program, which is offered by Kennesaw State University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
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Posted: October 18, 2013