At the International Institute for Restorative Practices, the world’s first graduate school wholly devoted to restorative practices, our experienced faculty will work with you to create a coherent plan of study that matches your professional interests. IIRP graduates model a restorative approach to their practice and leadership in education, justice, counseling, social work, administration, pastoral work and many influential positions, building stronger communities.
If you have a bachelor’s degree or the equivalent, you can begin taking graduate courses at the IIRP today. (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.)
Following the World Conference, you can enhance your experience by adding online coursework. Through related readings, writing assignments and online discussion with fellow participants and IIRP faculty, you can attain a richer understanding of the conference during the graduate course RP 541 IIRP World Conference. Course requirements include an additional 27 hours of online coursework. Participation in certain other pre- and post-conference events can also be applied toward graduate credit.
Download the course syllabus.
All graduate courses are conducted in English.
Read ‘Defining Restorative’.