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School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution

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Type  Public University
Website  S-CAR Website
Dean  Kevin Avruch
Undergraduates  208
Postgraduates  201
Established  March 1981
Phone  +1 703-993-1300
Founded  March 1981
Academic affiliation  George Mason University
Location  Arlington, VA, USA Fairfax, VA, USA Lorton, VA, USA
Address  Metropolitan Building, 3434 Washington Blvd, Arlington, VA 22201, USA
Similar  George Mason University, George Mason University, Volgenau School of Engineering, Eastern Mennonite University, American University School of
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The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) is a division of George Mason University based near Washington, D.C., United States with locations in Arlington, Fairfax, and Lorton, Virginia.

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History

S-CAR was founded in 1981 as the Center for Conflict Analysis, later named the Center for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (CCAR) and began offering a master's degree in Conflict Analysis and Resolution in 1983. In 1988 it became the first academic institution to grant PhD's in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and rose to the status of Institute, becoming ICAR in 1989. In 2010, after a decade of growth and development, including the introduction of the undergraduate program and graduate certificate programs, it became the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR).

Academic programs

  • PhD - Doctorate of Philosophy
  • MS - Master of Science in Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • BA/BS - Bachelor of Arts or Science in Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • Graduate Certificates in Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • Conflict Analysis and Resolution Advanced Skills
  • Conflict Analysis and Resolution Collaborative Leadership in Community Planning
  • Conflict Analysis and Resolution for Prevention, Reconstruction and Stabilization
  • World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution
  • Dual master's degree with the University of Malta - Master of Science in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and Master of Arts in Conflict Resolution and Mediterranean Security
  • Dual Degree - Master of Science in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and Master of Social Work
  • Peace Corps Master's International
  • Research and practice centers

  • Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution
  • Center for Peacemaking Practice
  • Center for the Study of Gender and Conflict Resolution
  • Center Study of Narrative and Conflict Resolution
  • Notable alumni

  • Mohammed Abu-Nimer, expert on conflict resolution and dialog for peace. Professor at the American University School of International Service
  • Chad Ford, ESPN sports journalist and Assistant Professor at Brigham Young University – Hawaii (BYUH)
  • Deborah Hersman, former chair of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board
  • Alma Jadallah, national and international conflict resolution practitioner and scholar, President and Managing Director of Kommon Denominator, Inc.
  • January Makamba, Tanzanian politician and member of Parliament for Bumbuli constituency, Deputy Minister of Communication, Science and Technology
  • Distinguished fellows, visiting scholars and lecturers

  • Elise M. Boulding
  • Kenneth E. Boulding
  • Ron Fisher
  • Johan Galtung
  • Herbert Kelman
  • Debra Kolb
  • Dean Pruitt
  • Anatol Rapoport
  • Peter Wallensteen
  • References

    School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution Wikipedia


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