-The ability of students to apply the broader (or multidisciplinary) acquired knowledge and ability to solve problems in new or unfamiliar environments within contexts related to their field of study.
-The ability of students to integrate knowledge and handle the complexity of formulating judgments based on information that, albeit incomplete or limited, includes reflections on social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments.
-The learning skills that enable students to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous.
-The ability of students to identify the conflict, as well as its specificities and dynamics.
-Mastering each of the techniques used in the various fields as well as the basic communication skills used therein.
-Selecting cases that can be addressed and handled through the use of electronic means.
-Mastering basic communication skills.
-Developing in practice the knowledge acquired in other forms of dispute resolution, allowing for a committed and more constructive exercise of the legal framework.
-Applying knowledge to the design of a conflict resolution system.
-Nimbly handling the specificities of the subject chosen as the core of one's work , including issues pertaining to concerns emerging from the field of alternative dispute resolution.
-At the end of this subject, students will have acquired the necessary knowledge with regard to the operation and development of the different conflict resolution methods studied, the law applicable to them, where applicable, as well as the different techniques and specific communication tools.
-Thus, they will be able to design a model of a conflict resolution system in detail, and analyse each of the aspects studied previously.