The Graduate Portfolio Program in Dispute Resolution creates an interdisciplinary approach to the study and research of conflict and dispute resolution by integrating existing resources throughout the University into a single program. The program synthesizes theory with practical application.
The program includes the Masters Portfolio, the Doctoral Portfolio, and the Law School Portfolio. The Masters Portfolio is primarily for graduate students for whom the Masters degree is the student’s terminal professional degree. The Doctoral Portfolio is distinguished by the imposition of a more rigorous research and writing requirement.
The program appears on the student’s transcripts as follows:
Degree: Masters degree title, Doctoral degree title, or Law degree title
Major: Home graduate program or Law
With certification in the Graduate Portfolio Program in Dispute Resolution
You may contact the Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution by phone 512-471-3507 or Email CPPDR.