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Course Series in
Interdisciplinary Conflict Resolution and Team Building

This course series provides health and community services professionals and students with the knowledge and skills to work in interdisciplinary teams with a specific focus on understanding the nature of conflict and its root causes as well as team building. Students will explore a range of conflict resolution methods, approaches, and strategies. The relationship between conflict, conflict resolution, and issues of diversity will be addressed. The interpersonal skills and personal and professional values that impact on working in teams and the dynamics of an effective team will also be considered.

For more information, contact Amy Clements-Cortes, Academic Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Studies, at cortesam@ryerson.ca.

Those who successfully complete this course series are eligible to earn a Professional Development Award from The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education.

Required Courses

CINT 905   Interdisciplinary Studies:  Conflict Resolution in Community Services
CINT 907   Interdisciplinary Studies:  Team Work for Community Services


Electives (select one)

CINT 920   Interdisciplinary Studies:  Community Collaborations
CINT 921   Interdisciplinary Studies:  Writing for Disability Activism
CSWP 935   Social Work:  Engaging Diverse Communities


Once you have successfully completed the courses, email The Chang School at ce@ryerson.ca with your name, student number, and the course series you have completed. Upon verification, you will receive your professional development award.