Master of Conflict Management and Resolution

Advance your career with JCU’s Master of Conflict Management and Resolution. Conflict management and resolution skills are vital for workplace relationships to function and be productive.

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Online study is only available to off-shore students


  • Online: February, September
  • Townsville: February, September



+estimated annual tuition fee for a full-time study load

Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Scholarships and financial aid available if eligible

Fees currently displayed are indicative only. 2024 fees will be uploaded by October, 2023.


1.5 years full-time

Part-time study available for online students

Entry Requirements

AQF Level 7 bachelor degree; or equivalent

English language requirements

Band 2

If your native language is not English, you must meet the minimum English language requirements for this course.



Course detail

Real stories

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    Simon Howden

    Master of Conflict Management and Resolution

    In this course you are taught by industry leaders. The fact that every lecturer is either a leader in their field or is working specifically within their field of expertise is invaluable. With theory over multiple disciplines within the CMR arena, this course has added knowledge to my 20-year mediator experience.

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    Amaya Elizabeth Mo

    Master of Conflict Management and Resolution

    The lecturers are amazing and are of exceptionally high quality and standing. Everything was relevant and up-to-date and I felt like I was preparing for real life situations. Undertaking this course will improve your ability to perform in your current role as well as opening up the possibility of a new career path.

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    Ann Aitken

    Director of Nursing, Midwifery & Facility Manager, Atherton Hospital

    Graduates better understand conflict and can refine their skills to managing it. The content is supported by relevant research and the academics live what they teach. The skills and knowledge gained from this course are great life skills on their own apart from the huge benefits they bring to a professional setting.