Restoring Community

Each class provides an intensive learning experience.

Courses at the IIRP include both face-to-face interaction and online instruction that offers you the flexibility of learning with minimal travel. Our participatory classes address all types of learning styles through readings, lecture, reflection, videos, role play, discussion, group exercises and case studies.

All courses taken for the Graduate Certificate can be applied toward your Master of Science degree.

Required Courses for Certificate Required Courses for Master's Degree Required Courses for Master's Degree with Thesis Option
RP 500 Basic Restorative Practices
or RP 504 Foundations of Restorative Practices
RP 500 Basic Restorative Practices
or RP 504 Foundations of Restorative Practices
RP 500 Basic Restorative Practices
or RP 504 Foundations of Restorative Practices
RP 525 Restorative Practices in Action RP 525 Restorative Practices in Action RP 525 Restorative Practices in Action
Plus 2 Electives RP 610 Evaluation of Research RP 610 Evaluation of Research
  6 Electives 4 Electives
  RP 699 Integrating Seminar RP 680 Designing Restorative Practices Research
  RP 685 Data Analysis for Restorative Practices Research
  RP 699 Integrating Seminar
  RP 707 Thesis Seminar

Courses

Term:

Fall

Spring

Summer

Term begins:

Sep

Jan

Jun

Registration opens:

Jun 1

Oct 1

Mar 1

Foundational Required Courses for All Programs

Either:

Fa

Sp

Su

And:

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Sp

Su

Master of Science Degree Required Courses

Fa

 

Starting Su 2021

 

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Master of Science with Thesis Option Required Courses

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Su

General Electives

Fa

Sp

Su

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Su

Fa
2021

 

 

 

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Su

Fa
2020

Sp

 

Fa

 

Starting Su 2021

 

 

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 Sp

Su

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View the Graduate Course Schedule.

Contact Student Services

Phone: (610) 807-9221
Email: getstarted@iirp.edu

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Rosie Arcona

“With every course, there was a sense of community.”

Rosie Arcona ‘19
Sacramento, USA