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<span id="_ctl16__ctl0_head_title">Ryerson: The Chang School: Course: CPLE 895</span>

CPLE 895 Conflict Resolution and Dispute Negotiation

Degree Credit
Community Services Program Area

Prerequisite(s): PLG 420 or in UP002 or UP003
Antirequisite(s): CINT 905
Duration: 39 Hours
Fee: $624.53* (Payment in full is required at time of enrolment.)

Conventional ways of handling public disputes no longer seem to be working. Planners who are involved in building new facilities, dealing with community opposition, developing environmental standards, or allocating limited resources to meet emerging social standards, face stiff opposition no matter where they turn. The result is costly, time-consuming, and erodes public confidence in our basic institutions. This course will use case studies, projects, and participatory techniques to show how public dispute management can lead to consensus building strategies that not only save time and money, but produce broadly acceptable agreements.

Fall 2017
Enrolment for this term is closed.
There are no classes/sections scheduled for this course in Fall 2017.
Winter 2018
Enrolment for Winter 2018 is currently open; see Important Dates for specific enrolment periods. See Enrolment for instructions on enrolling online, by mail, or in person. Undergraduate Students: Please enrol using RAMSS for courses applicable to your degree program.
There are no classes/sections scheduled for this course in Winter 2018
Spring/Summer 2018
This term is not yet open for enrolment via the Shopping Cart. Priority enrolment for certificate students for this term begins on February 12, 2018. Regular enrolment begins on February 26, 2018.
Classroom Delivery Option
Monday–Friday8:30 AM - 6:00 PM 07 May 2018-11 May 2018

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