Learn the peacebuilding skills needed to successfully navigate interpersonal relationships in constantly changing workplace environments. At Kennesaw State University, you can earn a Workplace Interpersonal Relationships Certificate (WIRC). Learn to be an effective leader and make these sought-after skills stand out on your resume.
The five undergraduate courses (16-semester hours) will teach you the theories, concepts, and principles underlying conflict and its causes. You’ll also learn:
This Certificate is available to any KSU undergraduate student, regardless of major. Current KSU students can add the certificate in Owl Express using the “Declare or Change Major/Minor” link under the Student Records tab. Interested students are encouraged to first talk with your academic advisor, as the required courses may be allowed as electives in some undergraduate programs.
KSU faculty members have also helped six other Georgia colleges and universities add this Certificate. Prospective certificate students from a cooperative institution can participate in any member’s WIRC program without having to go through an additional undergraduate admissions process.
For all other non-KSU students who are interested in the Certificate, you will need to apply to KSU as an undergraduate student. On the application, select this certificate as the program of interest.
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The certificate requires 16 semester hours (5 courses), and all coursework must be completed with a “c” or better. Course options include face-to-face, online and hybrid formats.
Required Courses: (10 credit hours)
Understanding Conflict Elective: (3 Credit Hours)
Conflict Management Strategy Elective: (3 Credit Hours)
Total Number of Credit Hours: 16Curriculum