Committed to both theory and practice, the Bloustein School offers both graduate and undergraduate components of professional education and offers an adult continuing education program for practitioners and the public-at-large. Students are exposed to fundamentals of public policy, planning and administration, and ethics. Through exposure to negotiation theory and practice, and to the potential of mediation, students are encouraged to find innovative solutions to difficult problems in a world of limited resources. The School seeks to develop skilled generalists as well as specialists. It offers professional degrees in planning and public policy, and public health.
This is the latest course syllabus for Negotiation, Law and Policy: Managing Conflict in Public Contexts (34:833:572:01), being taught by Sandy Jaffe and Linda Stamato; T
1:10-3:50, CSB 113
Teaching for SciWomen on the Newark Campus of Rutgers.
Negotiation, Law and Policy: Managing Conflict in Public Contexts Class