The IIRP Graduate School provides you with the opportunity to join a participatory learning community where you will interact with an international network of peers to better address the current problems and challenges facing today’s society. Earn a Graduate Certificate (4 courses) or a Master of Science in Restorative Practices (10 courses).
You can complete the hybrid graduate course RP 541 IIRP World Conference by combining your attendance at the IIRP World Conference with online academic instruction. During the course, students supplement their conference experience with related readings, writing assignments and online discussion to actively evaluate, discuss and critique presentations using restorative practices principles.
Anyone is eligible to take the RP 541 graduate course as long as they have attended the conference and have earned a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent. Educations earned outside of the U.S. must be evaluated by the World Education Service (WES) to determine whether the student meets the educational requirements.