Career and Academic Opportunities

Students completing a B.S. degree in psychology who enroll in the M.S. in Conflict Management can go on to complete the Ph.D. in International Conflict Management offered at KSU, or pursue further graduate or post-graduate studies in related areas including communications, law, criminal justice, and psychology. The M.S. in Conflict Management is also a stand alone degree that prepares students for a variety of careers in mediation, dispute resolution, non-profit work, international relations, and the helping professions.

Salary and Career Information

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Admission Requirements

Double Owl Admission Requirements 
  • 3.25 KSU GPA
  • 60 hours toward the bachelor's degree
  • 30 hours at KSU
Double Counted Courses Include
  • MSCM 7210 to count for Upper Division Elective
  • MSCM 7220 to count for Upper Division Elective
  • MSCM 7400 to count for Upper Division Elective
Graduate Admission Requirements

Suggested Timeline

We suggest majors declare the Double Owl Pathway at the beginning of their Junior year or upon reaching 60 credit hours.

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Contact Information

Undergraduate Information

Undergraduate Degree
Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Department / College
Department of Psychological Science / Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Social Science Building, Room 4030

Advising Contact
Destiny Dotson, Program Coordinator

Graduate Information

Graduate Degree
Master of Science in Conflict Management

Department / College
School of Conflict Management, Peace Building & Development / Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences
House 3201, Room 113

Advising Contact
Amanda Reinke, Program Coordinator