Human Behavior and Conflict Management
We all deal with conflict in our personal and professional lives.
The Master's in Human Behavior and Conflict Management is a cutting edge program that will give you the skills necessary for more effective conflict resolution.
The premise of the program is that conflict presents opportunities for learning, for creativity and constructive work, and for conciliation and moving forward. It's not a cookie cutter approach, but one that offers you a variety of avenues to pursue.You will be able to use what you learn to expand and enrich your professional work, qualify for promotions and for new positions related to conflict management, or to develop your own business as a conflict management consultant or educator.
The Finish Line is Closer Than You Think!
If you've always wanted to finish - or even start - your Bachelor's degree, the Evening College at Columbia College offers several exciting options.
Through the Evening College's convenient, flexible program, both women and men can earn their bachelor's degree from an institution with an excellent reputation. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks Columbia College as one of the top tier undergraduate colleges in the South in its annual "Best Colleges" survey.
The Evening College awards four-year bachelor's degrees in:
Child and Family Studies
Computer Information Systems
Religion, Christian Education Emphasis
One of the real advantages of the Evening College is its flexible scheduling options. Most classes begin at either 5:30 or 7p.m. There are also "early-bird" classes that meet from 7-7:50a.m., same Saturday and Sunday classes and some classes are offered via the internet.
For more information contact:
Carolyn Emeneker, Director of Evening College Admissions