Admission Requirements for the Conflict Resolution Graduate and Undergraduate Certificate Programs
To qualify for admission into the conflict resolution certificate program, students must have completed the following requirements based on which program — undergraduate or graduate — they would like to pursue.
Undergraduate Certificate Requirements:
- High School diploma or a bachelor's degree in another field
- Admission to K-State as a nondegree-seeking undergraduate student
- United States residency or active duty military
Graduate Certificate Requirements:
- Completion of a baccalaureate degree
- Admission to the K-State Graduate School
You must be admitted for the fall semester by Aug. 1, spring semester by Jan. 1 and summer semester by May 1. This means that all transcripts, application fees and any other requirements must be completed and received by these dates.
Please note: It takes at least four to six weeks for an application to be processed once all application materials have been received by the university.
To apply for the undergraduate certificate in conflict resolution, apply as a nondegree-seeking student by completing the online application form.
To apply for the graduate certificate in conflict resolution, view admission details, transcript information and apply for the program through the K-State Graduate School application process. Then enroll in FSHS 751, the first course you are required to take for the graduate program.