This course surveys the major methods currently in use by organizations for resolving disputes by situating alternative dispute resolution in its historical, social and legal context. The course examines alternative resolution mechanisms such as mediation, arbitration and conciliation. Continuing and increasing emphasis on settlement mechanisms makes this an essential component of the program. Note: DMAS 232 is not recognized as a General Education credit by Humber.
Contact: Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and Innovative Learning
416.675.6622 ext. 74086
Courses may not be offered each semester. To verify whether this course is being offered this semester and the fees, please contact the Registrar's Office at 416-675-5000 or check the website http://humber.ca/search/ce/courses.html for further information.