Timely Seminars Explore Current Topics In-Depth
The Concordia School of management offers a wide range of topical seminars designed to help business students and MBA candidates alike hone their skills. All seminars are taught by professors possessing professional experience and superb knowledge in their field. While each seminar has its own content and format, they may include speakers, panels, and a variety of interactive group projects. So you can enroll in a single seminar or an entire series of seminars. Early registration is encouraged since courses may close due to enrollment limits.
Seminars typically take place on Friday nights (from 5 pm to 9 pm) and on Saturdays (from 8 am to 5 pm). Meals are not provided as part of the tuition, however, the dining hall is available for your convenience. Most seminars are worth 1 credit. If you choose to receive baccalaureate or graduate-level credit for attending a seminar, you must register in advance for the course through the registrar’s office. Undergraduate seminars are listed with a SOM 451 prefix and graduate level seminars are listed with a SOM 551 prefix.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
November 8-9, 2013
Litigation has proven to be a highly costly and ineffective manner for resolving conflicts. Accordingly, a number of alternative procedures to resolve disputes short of litigation have developed. This course reviews some of the procedures (e.g., mini-trial, mediation, arbitration, etc.) and explains their appropriateness and limitations.