The first step to application…
…is graduate school admission. To apply for admission to UALR’s Graduate School, please go to boss.ualr.edu and click on “Apply for Admission.” If you encounter problems or have questions about the Graduate School application procedure, please check the UALR Graduate School Web page at ualr.edu/gradschool for further information.
If you would like to request a brochure, contact Lori Goldman at (501) 683-7297 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regular UALR graduate school tuition will be charged to students in the Conflict Mediation Certificate. Students of UALR’s William H. Bowen School of Law taking classes in this program will pay the law school tuition rate. Most classes are three credit hours.
For a list of tuition and fees, visit ualr.edu/cashiers/index.php/home/tuition-and-fees/.
Students in other UALR Graduate programs…
…such as master’s programs may wish to obtain the Graduate Certificate in Conflict Mediation in conjunction with another graduate degree or may wish to take individual courses offered through the certificate. The graduate certificate is interdisciplinary and certain courses may be approved as electives for other graduate programs. However, students should be aware that each graduate program at UALR has a unique mission and therefore has different requirements. Admission to one program does not guarantee admission to other programs. Courses taken for one program generally are not accepted for credit in other programs. If you are a student in the Graduate Certificate in Conflict Mediation program and you also wish to enter another graduate program, such as a master’s degree program, you must go through the other program’s normal admissions process in addition to being admitted to the Graduate School. If you wish to apply conflict mediation hours to another program you must obtain advance approval from the other program’s advisor.