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SIS-080
Proseminar: Theory, Resch, Pol
Restriction: International Relations (PhD).
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Weiner,S
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SIS-091
Internship in Int'l Affairs
Permission: SIS Graduate Advising Office.
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Schroeder,M
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002
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Schroeder,M
Books
Travel Location: Switzerland.
SIS-099
Maintain Matriculation
Permission: SIS Graduate Advising Office.
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SIS-600
Int'l Affairs Stats & Methods
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King,J
Books
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TBA
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Instructional Method: Online.
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002
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King,J
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08/28/17
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Ohls,D
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Ohls,D
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Spath,A
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Spath,A
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Ohls,D
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Instructional Method: Online.
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Spath,A
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SIS-602
AU-Univ for Peace Exchange
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Shapiro,J
Books
SIS-606
Culture, PCR: Alt to Violence
OPEN
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Eralp,D
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08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-608
AU-University for Peace Prog
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
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001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-610
Theories of Violence and War
OPEN
001
03.00
Gallaher,C
Books
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02:30PM
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08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-611
International Negotiation
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Wanis-St. John,A
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08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-612
Qual Research Methods in PCR
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Shepler,S
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08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-616
International Economics
Prerequisite: ECON-603.
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Brunel,C
Books
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(Meets with ECON 670 001)
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Porzecanski,A
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(Meets with ECON 670 002)
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Poole,J
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(Meets with ECON 670 003)
SIS-619
Special Studies in Int'l Pol
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State Building
03.00
Darden,K
Books
TH
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TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
State-Building (3) This course examines the distinctive challenges of state-building in our time, and efforts by occupying powers, international organizations, separatist movements, and historical empires to construct stable governance. After exploring some historical cases of West European state-building, the course focuses primarily on contemporary cases in Eurasia, particularly on Russia and Ukraine. The primary assignment for the course is a policy paper or research paper, allowing deep engagement with an empirical topic of each student's choice.
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002
History of Global Politics
03.00
Banks,D
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
History of Global Politics (3) This course provides historical context on change and continuity in the global political system. It examines the rise, fall, and evolution of the political units that have comprised the system, including city-states, empires, and socio-cultural political units such as world religions as well as the modern nation-state and addresses how each of these different forms of political units have affected the practice of global politics across the centuries. The course compares parallel sub-global systems of politics common before the contemporary era of interconnected global politics, particularly politics within the European state system to those in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Finally, the course takes a historical perspective on change and continuity in the variety of actors and organizing structures in global politics to assess how conceptions of global society, norms, and values as well as power and self-interest have shaped peace, conflict, prosperity, and development across history. Restriction: International Affairs: Global Governance, Politics, and Security (MA).
OPEN
003
Insurgency & Counterinsurgency
03.00
Belding,W
Books
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08:00PM
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TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Insurgency and Counterinsurgency (3) In an age of globalization but unequal distribution of economic resources and political power, insurgencies pose one of the greatest challenges to the established order, whether that order is a democracy, monarchy, dictatorship, or theocracy. This course analyzes the historical roots of insurgencies and counterinsurgencies, beginning with the Roman Empire, and assesses the causes, conduct, and consequences of these actions, with an emphasis on applications since World War II. Though military aspects are included, the principal focus is on the political, economic, and social forces that have informed and directed insurgents and those who oppose them. Through an understanding of the history of this complex and often misinterpreted field, students seek to define the issues these movements pose and create a framework to assess the factors that precede their rise and shape their outcome.
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Business Diplomacy
03.00
Harsanyi,F
Books
M
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
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Business Diplomacy (3) It's not business as usual for twenty first century leaders. Operating in an environment of constant change where the coins of the realm are transparency and trust, business leaders must engage with their stakeholders in order to achieve organizational goals. Stakeholder engagement, reputation management, issue and crisis management, advocacy, and corporate social responsibility are the leadership competencies required to manage people and processes across borders in culturally diverse contexts. This course gives students an understanding of the key elements of an integrated public affairs function and its role in achieving the strategic objectives. For students of international relations and international business, whether they plan a future in business, government, or NGO, the course offers a fresh perspective and a practical approach to understanding real-world problems and managing the environment of a global organization.
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005
Global Int'l Relations Theory
03.00
Atzili,B
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
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TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Global International Relations Theory (3) This foundation course approaches international relations theory with an interdisciplinary perspective and presents the major paradigms existing in the field. It sets normative and analytical definitions of priorities and goals and establishes the boundaries of the field. Restriction: International Affairs: Global Governance, Politics, and Security (MA).
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History of Global Politics
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Books
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History of Global Politics (3) This course provides historical context on change and continuity in the global political system. It examines the rise, fall, and evolution of the political units that have comprised the system, including city-states, empires, and socio-cultural political units such as world religions as well as the modern nation-state and addresses how each of these different forms of political units have affected the practice of global politics across the centuries. The course compares parallel sub-global systems of politics common before the contemporary era of interconnected global politics, particularly politics within the European state system to those in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Finally, the course takes a historical perspective on change and continuity in the variety of actors and organizing structures in global politics to assess how conceptions of global society, norms, and values as well as power and self-interest have shaped peace, conflict, prosperity, and development across history. Restriction: International Affairs: Global Governance, Politics, and Security (MA).
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Cyber Conf: Surveil/Priv/Activ
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Novotny,E
Books
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Cyber Conflict: Surveillance, Privacy, and Activism (3) This course includes the new dynamics of government surveillance and citizens' ability to mobilize. Students gain knowledge of the core issues in cyber-related political issues, and the promises and perils of global e-commerce. Students also gain an understanding of the dynamics of cyber activism as an arena for effecting political change and expressing human rights. Governance structures and institutions as well as the emergence of international norms and practices are examined.
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Cyber Policy Analysis
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Novotny,E
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TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Cyber Policy Analysis, Data Analytics, and Methods (3) In this course, students obtain specific skills and competencies to assess threats and develop evidence-based cyber policies, perform data analytics, and determine resource allocations in cyber security situations. Methods include threat analysis, digital forensics, attribution, data analytics, and risk assessments.
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Ethnic Conflict & Nationalism
03.00
Rudolph,C
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Ethnic Conflict and Nationalism (3) Identity-centered nationalist conflict between groups based on ethno-cultural or religious differences has not only seemed to be increasingly common in contemporary world politics but has also generally been among the most brutal. This course examines the role of identity in the construction of nationalism and the socio-political dynamics that push groups into conflict. Students examine not only the sources of such conflict, but the different ways in which identity is contested. These include the more benign conflict involving citizenship to the most extreme forms of nationalist violence, including genocide. The approach in this course is inherently interdisciplinary, most often contrasting sociological and political perspectives.
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Refugees, Migration & Traffick
03.00
Sajjad,T
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08/28/17
12/16/17
Refugees, Migration, and Trafficking (3) Few issues pose as significant a challenge to states as international migration does, affecting nearly all critical aspects of governance. The myriad ways that immigration and refugee flows affect state interests, both material and idealistic, creates highly contentious politics where domestic interests clash and defining a national interest is an elusive quest for the state. This course offers students a broad overview of migration and refugee dynamics, and identifies those aspects most challenging to state governance. This includes understanding the factors that generate migration and refugee flows, as well as the politics they generate, both international and domestic. The course examines the security implications (broadly defined) of global migration and refugee flows, including defense, homeland security, and economic and societal dimensions. It also considers carefully the human rights implications of these dynamics. The course also examines policy development over the past half-century in a comparative perspective with an eye towards identifying new challenges and generating questions for future research.
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011
Corruption, Security & Develop
03.00
Schneider,D
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TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Corruption, Security and Development (3) Corruption is a global problem which significantly affects levels of poverty and the growth of political extremism and violence. This course explores the causes and consequences of corruption, especially in developing countries, and evaluates strategies and policies for reducing the level and impact of corruption. The course pays close attention to the relationship between corruption and violence. Recent research argues that pervasive corruption is largely responsible for the formation and growth of terrorist groups and other violent non-state actors suggesting, against current practice, that non-corrupt institutions must be put in place to effectively fight terrorist groups, insurgencies, and warlords. This research also compels us to reconsider the role of international "peacekeeping" forces and multi-national military forces in places like Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
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Transnational Organized Crime
03.00
Schneider,D
Books
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Transnational Organized Crime (3) Transnational criminals and terrorists interact particularly in conflict regions and regions of frozen conflict. Terrorists in many regions of the world depend on organized crime to finance their activities and provide them logistical support. This course examines the diverse forms of interaction of transnational crime and corruption, with the relationship of these different groups to the state a central part of the analysis. The class looks at the security, human rights, and social consequences of this interaction.
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013
Global Int'l Relations Theory
03.00
Combes,M
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Global International Relations Theory (3) This foundation course approaches international relations theory with an interdisciplinary perspective and presents the major paradigms existing in the field. It sets normative and analytical definitions of priorities and goals and establishes the boundaries of the field. Restriction: International Affairs: Global Governance, Politics, and Security (MA).
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Energy and Security in Eurasia
03.00
Tsereteli,M
Books
M
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
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Energy and Security in Eurasia (3) This course explores an important driver of international relations and national security, the connection between energy and security. Europe is a large and growing energy market, increasingly depending on imported resources. The course provides a strategic overview of European energy security, the current and potential future role for Eurasian energy supplies, as well as different scenarios for long-term energy solutions.
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015
Peace Advocacy
03.00
Wien,B
Books
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08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
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Peace Advocacy (3) Peace advocacy involves much more than just protesting. It has been asserted at the global, national, and grassroots levels through a variety of means worldwide, including: constructing peaceable communities within ecological limits; lobbying policymakers and elected officials; electioneering; broadcasting; testifying; teaching; publishing; performing; researching; and movement-building to de-escalate violence and wars. When used deliberately, methodically and persistently over a sustained period, peace advocacy has produced significant personal, community, and structural changes. Yet, these struggles and strategies are largely ignored in political discourse and the Western media, and rarely taught in schools. This is now changing due to the efforts of eminent scholars, academics, researchers, historians, journalists, filmmakers, artists, teachers, and students. A rich, systematic body of literature and research on the theory and practice of peace advocacy and nonviolence is now widely available. This course is a broad survey of peace advocacy and theories of nonviolent change in a global context, based on history, behavioral and social science principles and systems, and a wide variety of philosophies and strategies. It explores the roots of peace advocacy, guiding principles, high-impact cases, notable campaigns, and powerful practitioners. The history of nonviolent resistance in a global perspective is highlighted.
OPEN
016
US-Iran Conf & Reconciliation
03.00
Simone,F
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
U.S.-Iran Conflict and Reconciliation (3) This course provides a basis for understanding the political, economic, and security dimensions of Iran's role in regional politics, the conflict in the U.S.-Iran relations, and reconciliation as an important factor and determinant of stability in the Middle East. Organized along historical and thematic lines from Iran being a front-line state during the Cold War to it becoming the home of an Islamic revolution, the course focuses on the issues of culture and politics, thought and practice, to elucidate aspects of tension and conflict between the U.S. and Iran and its implication for the region. Students study conflict resolution theories and explore debates in the field as applicable to the U.S.-Iran relations and look at new alternatives for dialogue and opportunities for negotiation in the process of reconciliation in a comparative historical perspective. Course includes issues of reform and radicalism, Islam as a political force, Iran's role in regional politics, and the search for new alternatives in cultural engagement and diplomacy in resolving conflict.
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017
Conflict in Africa
03.00
Nuamah,K
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Conflict in Africa (3) This course is a historical and analytical overview of conflict in Africa. The course begins with conflict in pre-colonial Africa and the advent of colonialism. The bulk of the course is concerned with an exploration of theories regarding the causes of conflict in Africa, ranging from the economic and social impact of colonialism, political culture, ethnic divisions, greed and grievance, etc. Recent major conflicts in Africa are analyzed with respect to these theories. Finally, possibilities for peace in Africa are addressed.
OPEN
018
Economics of Violence & Peace
03.00
Nuamah,K
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Economics of Violence and Peace (3) This course examines political economic issues concerning war and peace, including civil war, terrorism, and insurgency. Taking a broad view which emphasizes the interaction between economic and non-economic factors, including religion and culture, it discusses economic causes of wars, focusing on economic grievances, resources, environmental problems, and poverty; economic consequences of wars; and economic measures for conflict prevention and resolution, as well as post-conflict reconstruction.
OPEN
019
Dem & Pol Chnge in Middle East
03.00
Mokhtari,S
Books
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02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Democratization and Political Change in the Middle East (3) This course examines both various aspects of the recent push for democratization in the Middle East and the formidable obstacles and setbacks with which it has been faced. In pursuing its inquiry, the course considers the Middle East's authoritarian structures and their resilience; shifting societal norms and demographics; emerging social movements including women and youth movements; the role of moderate Islamist politics and its relationship with secular political forces; the rise of radical Islamist politics and violence in Iraq, Syria and Libya; and the role of Western hegemony in the region. The course looks extensively at the roots, and trajectories of the Arab Uprisings of 2011 and Green Movement protests in Iran which preceded them, for example by juxtaposing the politics of the Egyptian and Tunisian democratic transitions and the diverging paths towards renewed authoritarianism and significant democratic gains each has taken. Through the course students gain considerable insight into the current predicament and prospects for long-term political change in select Middle Eastern countries and the region as a whole.
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020
Conflict Prevention & Analysis
03.00
Eralp,D
Books
M
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
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Conflict Prevention and Analysis (3) This course introduces a comprehensive set of tools used in the practice of conflict prevention in social, economic, political, and security sectors. Students gain theoretical and practical knowledge on how to design early warning system models focused on human security and development across a variety of contemporary case studies.
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021
Peace Education
03.00
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
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Peace Education (3) This advanced seminar provides students with an overview of peace education in terms of the main theories, concepts, and methods associated with the field. The course covers basic definitions of peace and conflict resolution along with approaches such as nonviolence, cross-cultural understanding, and peacebuilding. The process of learning emphasizes cooperative engagement and respect for diversity to create peaceful learning communities. The importance of values for social justice, ecological balance, and global awareness is affirmed.
OPEN
022
Mediation in a Turbulent World
03.00
McPherson,P
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Mediation in a Turbulent World (3) This course introduces students to mediation in local, national, regional and international conflicts, situates mediation in the larger peacebuilding context and examines benefits and challenges to mediation that arise from the contemporary conflict environment, including, on the challenges side, major power retrenchment, dissension in the UN Security Council, the rise of violent non-state actors and, on the more positive side, the growing engagement of regional organizations and civil society groups in third-party peacemaking, as well as increasing interest in mediated settlements in local, national, and regional conflicts around the world. The course connects theory to practice through discussion, research, small-group work, case study review of real events, and simulations.
OPEN
023
Localizing Peace
03.00
Gregorian,H
Books
M
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Localizing Peace (3) This course is premised on a comprehensive understanding of peace that explores local capacities for peacebuilding and sustainable development in a multitude of diverse cultural and religious contexts. Peace at global, regional, and national levels is unlikely to take root unless such capacities are established, for ultimately peace must be made and practiced on a local basis. The course addresses the vital need to make active use of local peace resources and to pursue forms of local-international collaboration that sustainably yield locally valid and effective solutions, currently an emerging area in the field of conflict resolution. The course also develops practical frameworks and raises critical questions for identifying, eliciting, and tapping local resources to enhance capacity for local solutions to conflict.
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024
Post-War Peacebuilding
03.00
Call,C
Books
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05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
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Post-War Peacebuilding (3) This course considers strategic approaches to peacebuilding and conflict resolution interventions using case studies from several post-conflict regions.
WAIT-1
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Dialogue: Approaches & Applic
03.00
Abu-Nimer,M
Books
M
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Dialogue: Approaches and Applications (3) This course explores different theories and approaches to dialogue as a conflict transformation framework. It focuses on various types of identity-based conflict and the use of dialogue approaches and tools to transform and change the dynamics of ethnic, religious, and cultural conflicts. Interfaith, interethnic, and intercultural dialogue processes and case studies are explored and examined, especially their design, process, and possible impact.
OPEN
026
Peacebuilding in Divided Soc
03.00
Gregorian,H
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Peacebuilding in Divided Society (3) This course explores various peacebuilding approaches that can be utilized in multi-ethnic and divided societies. It focuses on the three possible levels of intervention (grassroots, middle out and top down) often implemented by peacemakers in their attempts to bring change to the dynamics of deeply rooted conflict societies. As a primary case study for this course, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is critically reviewed and examined. Multiple dimensions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, as well as the relationship between Palestinians and Jews within Israel, are investigated.
OPEN
028
Conf & Conf Res Russia/Eurasia
03.00
Gamaghelyan,P
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Conflicts and Conflict Resolution in Russia and Eurasia (3) Since Vladimir Putin's return to presidency in 2012, Russia has been demonstrating an increasingly assertive behavior in the international arena, influencing especially the conflicts on its western and southern borders. This course considers the dynamics of violent conflicts in Russia and Eurasia, focusing on contexts of Ukraine, the North Caucasus (particularly Chechnya), the South Caucasus (Nagorno-Karabakh, South Ossetia, and Abkhazia), and the Central Asia, as well as the existing and possible conflict resolution interventions. The course compares and contrasts the realpolitik explanations of conflict in the region with the basic human needs, identity, and post-modern explanations and respective conflict resolution approaches. The course includes an in-depth consideration of the Armenian-Azerbaijani, Georgian-South Ossetian, Georgian-Abkhazian, and Russian-Ukrainian relations.
CANCELLED
029
Toward a Peace Economy
03.00
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Toward a Peace Economy (3) Peacebuilding cannot succeed without attending to the economic underpinnings of war. This course provides a foundational understanding of the United States' permanent war economy: its history; its anatomy; how it operates; and how it perpetuates itself. The course also examines the conditions necessary to weaken war's hold on the U.S. economy and U.S. foreign policy, with attention to past strategies from the Cold War, post-Cold War and post-9-11 periods.
CANCELLED
030
Weak States and War
03.00
Atzili,B
Books
W
08:10AM
11:00AM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Weak States and War (3) In recent years there has been a growing realization of the importance of state building and the dangers associated with state failure. But why do some states manage to build a strong and cohesive polity while others fail to do so? This course uses a combination of theory with historical and current case studies to examine the effects of war on the process of state building, as well as state weakness as a source of international conflicts.
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031
Conflict and Development
03.00
Garzon,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Conflict and Development (3) An examination of the way in which development processes, strategies, and policies increase or decrease local, national, and international conflicts, as well as the ways in which conflicts at all levels condition development choices.
CANCELLED
032
Human Rights Impact Analysis
03.00
Richardson,J
Books
M
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Human Rights Impact Analysis (3) This course introduces students to a due diligence methodology known as Human Rights Impact Analysis (HRIA). Beginning with a review of international law and in particular, international human rights law, students are introduced to the emerging field of business and human rights. From the theoretical to the practical, students learn impact assessment skills that can be applied to human rights, social, and environmental contexts and develop an appreciation for the broader field of impact analysis.
OPEN
033
Transnational Organized Crime
03.00
Schneider,D
Books
W
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Transnational Organized Crime (3) Transnational criminals and terrorists interact particularly in conflict regions and regions of frozen conflict. Terrorists in many regions of the world depend on organized crime to finance their activities and provide them logistical support. This course examines the diverse forms of interaction of transnational crime and corruption, with the relationship of these different groups to the state a central part of the analysis. The class looks at the security, human rights, and social consequences of this interaction.
OPEN
034
History of Global Politics
03.00
Nathan,J
Books
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05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
History of Global Politics (3) This course provides historical context on change and continuity in the global political system. It examines the rise, fall, and evolution of the political units that have comprised the system, including city-states, empires, and socio-cultural political units such as world religions as well as the modern nation-state and addresses how each of these different forms of political units have affected the practice of global politics across the centuries. The course compares parallel sub-global systems of politics common before the contemporary era of interconnected global politics, particularly politics within the European state system to those in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Finally, the course takes a historical perspective on change and continuity in the variety of actors and organizing structures in global politics to assess how conceptions of global society, norms, and values as well as power and self-interest have shaped peace, conflict, prosperity, and development across history. Restriction: International Affairs: Global Governance, Politics, and Security (MA).
OPEN
035
Latin America Devel & Security
03.00
Taylor,M
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Latin America: Development and Security in a Globalized Hemisphere (3) In a world marked by increased globalization, Latin American countries today face a number of challenges to development, including integration into global supply chains, political instability, and security issues including drug trafficking, corruption, and violent organized crime. Using the tools of political economy, this course explores the political and economic organization of the region's leading countries, the external forces that have buffeted the region over the past half century, and the implications of the changing global environment for regional citizens' well-being.
OPEN
036
Cyber Pol, Conflct & Int'l Aff
03.00
Maurer,T
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Cyber Policy, Conflict and International Affairs (3) This course examines the intersection between the uses (and abuses) of cyberspace in international relations, which is now an integral part of national and global security, economic relations, and transnational politics. Students will gain knowledge of the core issues in cyber-related policy issues, and the promises and perils of global e-commerce. Students will also understand the dynamics of cyber activism as an arena for effecting political change and expressing human rights.
CANCELLED
401
Seminar in Int'l Affairs
03.00
Books
W
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Seminar in International Affairs (3) This course introduces students to, establishes a theoretical foundation of knowledge in, and provides exposure to experts in the main fields of concentration available in the graduate programs of the School of International Service: international politics, international law and organizations, international peace and conflict resolution, comparative and regional studies, international communication, international economic relations, international development, global environmental politics, and U.S. foreign policy. The course improves students' understanding of these fields of study through experiential education and active learning; immerses students in both the theory and practice of these areas through meetings with experts and site visits to relevant agencies and organizations; explores relevant career opportunities and prepares students to pursue professional careers in these fields; and develops academic and professional skills relevant to these subject areas. Restriction: Graduate Professional Studies (GPS) Program. Permission: department.
SIS-620
Stds in Global Envirn Politics
WAIT-1
001
Intro to Environmental Econ
03.00
Brunel,C
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Introduction to Environmental Economics (3) This course provides an overview of the uses of economics in the context of environmental issues and of the key topics in environmental policy today. The course introduces the market forces that affect the environment and discusses the relative merits of different methods of pollution control such as taxes or cap-and-trade. Students learn how to value the benefits and costs of an improvement in air quality or of the protection of a natural park. This knowledge is then applied to policy topics such as the links between economic growth and the environment, or the question of environmental justice. Prerequisite: ECON-603.
OPEN
002
Water Governance
03.00
Conca,K
Books
W
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Water Governance (3) Examines international and cross-national dimensions of water politics and policy. Major themes include international and comparative water law; cooperation and conflict in shared river basins; water, poverty, and economic development; transnational activism and civil society; water, violent conflict, and peacebuilding; water and climate change.
CANCELLED
003
Environmental Politics of Asia
03.00
Shapiro,J
Books
M
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Environmental Politics of Asia (3) This course focuses on Asian environmental challenges with particular attention to China's enormous footprint. It uses a multidisciplinary approach to understand the trans-border environmental tensions and impacts that characterize Asia today. Among the problems addressed are illegal logging, mining, dams, wildlife trade, transboundary air pollution, climate change and the significance of global trade, and the rising Chinese and Indian middle class.
OPEN
004
Pol Ecol of Food & Agriculture
03.00
Graddy-Lovelace,T
Books
W
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Political Ecology of Food and Agriculture (3) Food presents a unique lens to examine political, cultural, and technological connections to environment and development. This course provides students with an introduction to political ecology and its approach to global food studies. Students use political ecology and social theory paradigms to examine industrial and alternative food networks, including their impacts on the environment, communities, and rural development. Students also examine how food policy and the global food trading system shape these networks and local environments, communities, and development practices.
OPEN
005
Global Climate Change
03.00
Hite,K
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Global Climate Change (3) An interdisciplinary look at the history, science, policy, and politics of preventing global climate change. This course, for non-specialists as well as environmental studies students, focuses on how we created one of humanity's biggest problems and how to solve it, particularly through education, communications, organizing, and advocacy.
(Meets with SIS 620 205)
CLOSED
205
Global Climate Change
03.00
Hite,K
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Special tuition rate. Global Climate Change (3) An interdisciplinary look at the history, science, policy, and politics of preventing global climate change. This course, for non-specialists as well as environmental studies students, focuses on how we created one of humanity's biggest problems and how to solve it, particularly through education, communications, organizing, and advocacy. Meets with SIS-620 005.
(Meets with SIS 620 005)
SIS-622
Human Rights
OPEN
001
03.00
Bachman,J
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-625
International Organizations
OPEN
001
03.00
Gutner,T
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-628
Advanced Topics in Int'l Comm
OPEN
001
Transnational Education
03.00
Taylor,A
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Transnational Education: Globalization, Migration, and Education (3) As our world experiences major changes, education, too, is undergoing rapid transformation. Globalization, migration, technological innovation, intercultural conflict, global poverty, and economic crises are shaping and reshaping the nature, meaning, and deployment of education throughout the world. This course considers questions such as how and why nation-states are increasingly relying on education as a tool of statecraft, nation-branding, nationalism, and public diplomacy. By synergizing key interdisciplinary concepts from international relations, sociology, anthropology, critical theory, history, political science, and intercultural communication, the course explores contemporary education as a quintessentially transnational phenomenon with powerful implications that are simultaneously global and local. Drawing from a critical perspective, students examine the actors involved in current educational policy and practice, and consider their interests and relationships. Students also evaluate the impact of this phenomenon for global social institutions, nation-states, communities, and individuals.
CANCELLED
002
Applied Public Diplomacy
03.00
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Applied Public Diplomacy (3) Public diplomacy is generally defined as understanding, engaging, informing, and influencing foreign publics. This course provides an understanding of the history and dynamics of U.S. public diplomacy; knowledge of strategies and techniques for advocating policy and influencing opinion and behavior of international audiences in a Web 2.0 age; skills to communicate, especially in writing; an understanding of how to analyze key data, including opinion polls and audience surveys; and an ability to engage with the key moral, political, and practical dimensions of public diplomacy.
SIS-630
Economic Policies in the EU
CANCELLED
001
03.00
Henning,R
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
SIS-632
Finan Inclusion: Concpts/Tools
CANCELLED
002
03.00
van Bastelaer,T
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
SIS-635
Adv Topics in Development Mgmt
OPEN
001
Children, Youth & Int'l Devel
03.00
Ensor,M
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Children, Youth and International Development (3) The course examines key theories underpinning both social studies of children, and youth, and international development best practices related to children and youth around the world. Beginning with the recognition that engaging children and young people in a constructive manner constitutes a development imperative, the course analyzes their role as significant actors in international and local community development, as well as key players in civil society and peace-building. Topics discussed include children's and young people's education and health, their involvement in labor and contribution to livelihood strategies, environmental issues, youngsters living in especially difficult circumstances, and engagement in peace-building, social and economic justice, and community organizing.
OPEN
002
Introduction to Global Health
03.00
Carruth,L
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Introduction to Global Health (3) This course offers an interdisciplinary introduction to the emerging field of global health, drawing on literature from the disciplines of public health, epidemiology, nutrition, anthropology, history, and development studies. Students gain an understanding of the scientific concepts, major debates, and recent innovations in global health, as well as gain a critical perspective on popular global health campaigns and global health disparities.
OPEN
003
Urban Development
03.00
Matlon,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Urban Development (3) This course focuses on how to make cities function better, rather than on how to reverse urban growth. The first part of the course reviews the literature on the origins and growth of cities and identifies contrasting views as to the role of cities in national development. The second part of the course takes up six major issues: emergency approaches to urban governance and politics; local economic development (LED) strategies; employment generation and entrepreneurship; slum and squatter upgrading; planning efficient and affordable water and sanitation systems; and urban environmental management (with a focus on waste management, air pollution and innovative transport planning).
OPEN
004
Population and Development
03.00
Robinson,R
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Population and Development (3) This course exposes students to the perspectives and techniques of demography, the scientific study of population. It focuses on the analysis of population structure and dynamics overall, as well as on fertility, mortality, and migration with a particular eye to how all of these factors relate to socioeconomic development and other areas of pressing concern. For example, the course explores research on the relationship between population growth and sustainable development, the impact of age structure on security and conflict, the influence of family planning programs on fertility, and the effect of aging and pension plans on the economy.
SIS-636
Micropolitics of Development
OPEN
001
03.00
Pierce,S
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
OPEN
003
03.00
Dixon,M
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
(Meets with SIS 636 203)
CLOSED
203
03.00
Dixon,M
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Special Tuition Rate.
(Meets with SIS 636 003)
SIS-637
International Development
OPEN
001
03.00
Dixon,M
Books
M
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
WAIT-2
002
03.00
Freeman,S
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-640
International Communication
OPEN
001
03.00
Novotny,E
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
CLOSED
003
03.00
Venturelli,S
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Restriction: International Media (MA).
(Meets with SIS 640 006)
OPEN
006
03.00
Venturelli,S
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
(Meets with SIS 640 003)
SIS-642
Intercultural Relations
CANCELLED
001
03.00
Aw,F
Books
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Restriction: Intercultural and International Communication (MA).
(Meets with SIS 642 003 SIS 642 901)
OPEN
002
03.00
Moland,N
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
(Meets with SIS 642 004 SIS 642 902)
CANCELLED
003
03.00
Aw,F
Books
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
(Meets with SIS 642 001 SIS 642 901)
CLOSED
004
03.00
Moland,N
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Restriction: Intercultural and International Communication (MA) or Global Media (MA).
(Meets with SIS 642 002 SIS 642 902)
CANCELLED
901
03.00
Aw,F
Books
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Restriction: International Arts Management (Graduate Certificate).
(Meets with SIS 642 001 SIS 642 003)
OPEN
902
03.00
Moland,N
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Restriction: International Arts Management (Graduate Certificate).
(Meets with SIS 642 002 SIS 642 004)
SIS-647
Governance and Development
OPEN
001
03.00
Goodman,L
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-648
Gender and Development
CANCELLED
001
03.00
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
OPEN
002
03.00
Samarasinghe,V
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-653
Topics in U.S. Foreign Policy
OPEN
001
Public Diplomacy
03.00
Quainton,A
Books
M
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Public Diplomacy (3) Public diplomacy is generally defined as understanding, engaging, informing, and influencing foreign publics. This course provides an understanding of the history and dynamics of U.S. public diplomacy; knowledge of strategies and techniques for advocating policy and influencing opinion and behavior of international audiences in a Web 2.0 age; skills to communicate, especially in writing; an understanding of how to analyze key data, including opinion polls and audience surveys; and an ability to engage with the key moral, political, and practical dimensions of public diplomacy.
OPEN
002
Technology & National Security
03.00
Gerstein,D
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Technology and National Security (3) This course examines the impact of science and technology on relations between nations, as well as the history of science and technology policy in order to gain an understanding of measures that have historically been employed to manage these issues. The course employs the use of case studies (including nuclear energy, biotechnology, and unmanned aerial systems) to understand the state of several technologies, the current control measures that govern these areas and consider the adequacy of these measures now and in the future.
OPEN
003
USFP toward the Middle East
03.00
Howard,P
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
U.S. Foreign Policy toward the Middle East (3) This course provides students with a detailed understanding of the history of America's relations with the countries of the greater Middle East as well as of current issues in United States policy towards the region. The course not only analyses the Arab-Israeli issue in depth, but also explores the domestic and international constraints that affect overall U.S. policy toward the Middle East.
CANCELLED
004
US Foreign Pol toward Russia
03.00
Savranskaya,S
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
U.S. Foreign Policy toward Russia (3) This course examines the trajectory of U.S. policy toward Russia in the last 100 years, from the U.S. intervention in the Russian civil war to today. Focusing on contemporary policy, the course provides students with a basis to appreciate the alternating ways that U.S. policy has framed Russia: as a threat and competitor to U.S. interests, as an opportunity to enhance them, and as a partner in fighting Hitler and ending the Cold War. Special attention is given to current issues in U.S. policy toward Russia and future opportunities. Students are also guided in the use of primary documents on the subject.
CANCELLED
005
South Asia & the Persian Gulf
03.00
Singh,A
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Instructional Method: Online. US Foreign Policy toward South Asia and the Persian Gulf (3) The South Asian region from India westward through the Persian Gulf is potentially one of the most explosive areas in the world, and yet critical to US security interests. Analyses too often compartmentalize countries in the region. In contrast, this course looks at the connections between the parts of the region, the ways in which US policy towards one country historically has affected other countries and in turn challenged US goals, and the prospects for peace and development in the region.
OPEN
006
Trans-Pacific Security
03.00
Millar,D
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Trans-Pacific Security (3) This course examines the evolution of trans-Pacific security policy and defense planning, from the early twentieth century through the present day. The course explores America's involvement in Asia during World War II and the hub-and-spokes model of bilateral security partnerships formed afterward, contrasting this with the multilateral treaty (NATO) formed in Europe. The course also focuses on the rapid transformation of the security environment in East and Southeast Asia, in particular the challenge posed by an expansionist China, a remilitarizing Japan, and an increasingly independent South Korea.
OPEN
007
Continuity & Change in USFP
03.00
Snyder,S
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Continuity and Change in U.S. Foreign Policy (3) This course examines continuities and incongruities in U.S. foreign policy since 1789, with the greatest emphasis on the Cold War and post-Cold War periods. It includes extensive use of primary documents.
OPEN
008
America, Military & Pol of War
03.00
Murray,S
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
America, the Military, and the Politics of War (3) Broadly, this course looks at how America's global role after World War II altered its political institutions, and how domestic politics shapes the use of war powers. Specific topics covered include: the Constitution and the role of the military; the institutional changes after World War II; presidential war powers; civil/military relations over time; the culture gap between the military and other sectors of American society; trends in how the United States fights wars and terrorism; the expansion of the military into areas traditionally controlled by civilians; and the domestic politics of going to war.
OPEN
009
US/Russia Post-Cold War Rel
03.00
Savranskaya,S
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
United States/Russia Post-Cold War Relations (3) This course examines recent history and the current state of relations between the United States and the Russian Federation, focusing on enduring themes, ideas, and strategic cultures of each country in order to develop a deeper understanding of the existing tensions and future tendencies. The course covers issues of nuclear arms control, non-proliferation, expansion of NATO, trade relations, energy and environmental security, regime change, and human rights. Conflicts over Kosovo, Chechnya, and most recently Georgia are analyzed in their historical context. The course emphasizes the role of ideas, leaders, and empathy in international relations.
SIS-660
Environment and Politics
OPEN
001
03.00
Nicholson,S
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
OPEN
002
03.00
Shapiro,J
Books
TH
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-662
AU-Peruvian Diplomatic Acad
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-665
International Trade Relations
Prerequisite: SIS-616.
OPEN
001
03.00
Bernhofen,D
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-672
Theories of Comp & Int'l Stds
OPEN
001
03.00
Metelits,C
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-673
Comparative Political Economy
OPEN
001
03.00
Auerbach,A
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-676
Sel Topics in Cross-Natl Study
OPEN
001
Contemp Islamist Movements
03.00
Thompson,E
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Contemporary Islamist Movements (3) This course examines the evolution of modern Islamist political and social movements using a historical and comparative lens. By the end of the course, students will possess an empirically grounded understanding of contemporary Islamist movements as well as the analytical tools necessary to explain their ideologies and behavior.
CANCELLED
002
Empire: Past and Present
03.00
Zhang,Y
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Empire: Past and Present (3) Having governed the world for millennia, the empire is still alive. This seminar examines historic and contemporary empires such as America, Britain, China, Japan, Rome, and Russia, with a focus on empires in Asia. It covers essential components of empire building, including: military expansion, indirect rule, unequal exchange, ideological hegemony, colonial policies, and ruling strategies. Even though most empires perished in the 20th century, their political, economic, and cultural legacies persist in the post-colonial period. This course therefore provides empire as a useful perspective for understanding contemporary regional and global powers, which inherit, incorporate, and reinvent imperial institutions and strategies.
CANCELLED
003
State and Society in Africa
03.00
LeVan,A
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
State and Society in Africa (3) This course explores the politics, economics, and society of sub-Sahara Africa in comparative perspective. It analyzes issues such as the nature of African state building, the elusiveness of economic development, when democracy emerges and why it is sustained. The readings encourage critical thinking about enduring impact of historical and social contexts, utilizing evidence from case studies, regional trends, and broader comparative theories.
CANCELLED
004
Gov & Devel in Latin America
03.00
Giraudy,M
Books
M
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Government and Development in Latin America (3) Over the last decades, most developing countries have undergone major reforms that devolved administrative responsibilities, fiscal resources, and political authority from the central governments to the states and municipalities. As a result, political, institutional, societal, and economic dynamics have increasingly become independent from nationally-led processes. The goal of this course is to study and analyze these dynamics and processes, which to a great extent shape the daily lives of citizen living beyond the country capitals. Some of the topics addressed in the seminar are: advancement and setbacks of subnational democracy, the prospects of social policy design and implementation at subnational levels of government, the possibilities of crafting autonomous subnational judicial institutions, the politics of subnational service delivery, among others. While the primary focus of the course is on Latin America, other regions of the world are studied.
CANCELLED
005
Japan, China, U.S. & East Asia
03.00
Zhao,Q
Books
TH
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Japan, China, the United States and East Asia (3) This interdisciplinary seminar introduces a variety of perspectives as analytical tools for research. Students conduct highly-developed research on cross-country comparative studies. Concentrating on East Asia (China, Japan, and Korea), it also discusses Southeast Asia and South Asia, as well as the United States. Students gain familiarity with the basic settings and general trends in the Asia-Pacific region, including major powers and local powers, and focusing on the economic and political transitions and international relations in the region. The course also includes perspectives on economic strategy, social dynamics, international security, political culture, politics, democratization, and foreign policy analyses, in order to conduct theoretically informed empirical research.
CANCELLED
007
Cont SE Asia: Gov, Dev, Sec
03.00
Heng-Blackburn,P
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Contemporary South East Asia: Governance, Development, Security (3) This course analyzes the political systems, political economies, and international relations of Southeast Asia, one of the world's most diverse and strategically important regions. The course examines governance, economic development, security (both traditional and non-traditional/human security), and foreign policy issues with reference to Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar/Burma, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam within a comparative perspective. The overarching themes of domestic governance, development, and security are analyzed with reference to both regional developments and also external relations with major players such as the United States, China, Japan, and India. The course also examines rapidly-evolving political, economic, and security cooperation as reflected in the dynamic regional integration led by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
CANCELLED
008
North Korea & Int'l Security
03.00
Lee,J
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
North Korea and International Security (3) This course is an in-depth examination of the North Korean regime, in conjunction with various theories and practice of international security. The focus is to think critically about some of the most pressing challenges that North Korea's nuclear and missile development programs pose to non-proliferation and regional stability. The course investigates sources of North Korean foreign policy behavior at the individual, domestic, and international levels of analysis before evaluating several policy tools available to denuclearize North Korea. Other specific debates to be addressed include North Korean human rights issues, the Obama administration's "strategic patience" policy, the question of unification of the two Koreas, China's evolving relationship with North Korea, and Pyongyang's illicit activities.
CANCELLED
009
Comparative Social Movements
03.00
Schneider,C
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Comparative Social Movements (3) This course examines a broad range of civil rights, revolutionary, and pro-democracy movements in Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and the United States. Students develop a comprehensive theory about social movements in order to classify them and develop predictive models about their emergence, shape, and outcome.
OPEN
010
Integ & Disinteg in Europe
03.00
Egan,M
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Integration and Disintegration in Europe (3) Europe now faces a series of political and social challenges that threaten the post war integration project. From being lauded as a model of economic integration, the project has stumbled with the euro crisis, the rise of populist parties, introduction of border controls and threats of exit, seemingly challenging the scope and direction of European integration. This course looks at the cross-pressures of integration and disintegration in the economic, social and political spheres, using different cases and issues to ask quo vadis Europe?
OPEN
011
Contemporary Latin America
03.00
Giraudy,M
Books
M
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Contemporary Latin American Politics and Society (3) This seminar provides an overview of the major contemporary themes debated in the Latin American politics scholarly literature. Participants gain substantial empirical knowledge on the region's political systems, models of economic development, political institutions, welfare regimes, indigenous movements, political parties, and social actors, among others. Over the course of the seminar, students study both broad trends and cross-country diversity through the study of select cases, including Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Venezuela, among others. In addition, participants become familiar with the major analytical debates and approaches to the study of Latin American politics and society. The goal of the seminar is to provide participants with empirical, theoretical, and analytic tools to critically assess the unfolding of past, current, and future economic, social, and political events in Latin America.
CANCELLED
012
U.S.-China Relations
03.00
Zhao,Q
Books
TH
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
U.S.-China Relations (3) This course begins with an overview of U.S.-China relations from historical and theoretical perspectives, providing the background necessary to comprehend the domestic foundations of foreign policy. It then examines politics and foreign policies of China and the United States, and interactions between the two powers. Topics covered include security, economic, and diplomatic relations as well as their impact on international relations in Asia-Pacific including Japan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia. The course also introduces a variety of perspectives as analytical tools for research, and analyzes significant controversies as a way of participating in the field's theoretical and policy debates.
OPEN
013
U.S.-China Relations
03.00
Zhao,Q
Books
W
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
U.S.-China Relations (3) This course begins with an overview of U.S.-China relations from historical and theoretical perspectives, providing the background necessary to comprehend the domestic foundations of foreign policy. It then examines politics and foreign policies of China and the United States, and interactions between the two powers. Topics covered include security, economic, and diplomatic relations as well as their impact on international relations in Asia-Pacific including Japan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia. The course also introduces a variety of perspectives as analytical tools for research, and analyzes significant controversies as a way of participating in the field's theoretical and policy debates.
SIS-681
Intelligence & Foreign Policy
OPEN
001
03.00
Warner,M
Books
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-682
Foreign Pol: Institutions/Proc
OPEN
001
03.00
Moriarty II,J
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
(Meets with SIS 682 201)
OPEN
002
03.00
Moriarty II,J
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
CLOSED
201
03.00
Moriarty II,J
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Special tution rate.
(Meets with SIS 682 001)
SIS-686
Proseminar:Int'l Affairs I
Restriction: MIS program.
OPEN
001
03.00
Hofmann,C
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
OPEN
101
03.00
Wilson,K
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Restriction: International Service (MIS): Online.
(Meets with SIS 686 301)
OPEN
102
03.00
Floyd,P
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Restriction: International Service (MIS): Online.
(Meets with SIS 686 302)
CLOSED
301
03.00
Wilson,K
Books
Instructional Method: Online.
(Meets with SIS 686 101)
OPEN
302
03.00
Floyd,P
Books
Instructional Method: Online.
(Meets with SIS 686 102)
SIS-689
Foreign Pol: Theor Decisn Mkng
OPEN
001
03.00
Mislan,D
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-690
Ind Study in Int'l Studies
Permission: instructor and SIS graduate studies office.
CLOSED
001
UNICEF and Advocacy
01.00-06.00
Tomasko,R
Books
CLOSED
002
Violent/Nonviolent Groups
01.00-06.00
Young,J
Books
CLOSED
003
Peace Education
01.00-06.00
Cromwell,A
Books
CLOSED
004
Human Roghts Analysis and Corp
01.00-06.00
Richardson,J
Books
CLOSED
005
Bridging Us Cultural Divide
01.00-06.00
Taylor,A
Books
CLOSED
006
Bingtuan & Modern Xinjiang
01.00-06.00
Jacobs,J
Books
CLOSED
007
International Negotiations
01.00-06.00
Ghais,S
Books
CLOSED
008
UNICEF Policy Implications
01.00-06.00
Shepler,S
Books
SIS-691
Internship in Int'l Affairs
Permission: internship coordinator and SIS graduate studies office.
OPEN
001
01.00-06.00
Venturelli,S
Books
Instructional Method: Online.
CLOSED
101
01.00-06.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
Instructional Method: Online.
SIS-693
Action Research in Devel Mgmt
Restriction: Development Management (MS). Permission: instructor.
OPEN
001
01.00-06.00
Fischer,S
Books
SIS-694
AU-Ritsumeikan Exchange
Permission: SIS dean's office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-696
Selected Topics:Non-Recurring
OPEN
001
Ethics and Social Enterprise
01.00
Sachs,N
Books
S
01:00PM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
09/16/17
09/16/17
S
01:00PM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
10/14/17
10/14/17
S
01:00PM
05:30PM
TBA
TBA
11/11/17
11/11/17
Ethics and Social Enterprise (1) This course explores the ethical dimensions that come with operating in the social enterprise (SE)/NGO arena. In this course students examine case studies of social entrepreneurs struggling with ethical dilemmas, conduct critiques of SE and NGO organizations, interact with expert speakers, and role play to prepare for real life situations. Students develop a personal ethical decision-making framework to help address ethical dilemmas when involved in social enterprise activities. Finally, students discuss how ethical behavior is a central component in a professional approach to social enterprise work at school, at the office, and in the field.
OPEN
002
Social Entrprse Practicum Prep
01.00
Sachs,N
Books
SU
05:30PM
08:45PM
TBA
TBA
09/10/17
09/10/17
SU
05:30PM
08:45PM
TBA
TBA
10/01/17
10/01/17
SU
05:30PM
08:45PM
TBA
TBA
10/29/17
10/29/17
SU
05:30PM
08:45PM
TBA
TBA
11/19/17
11/19/17
Social Enterprise Practicum Preparation (1) This course helps students plan practicum projects for the Social Enterprise (MA). Students build their expertise for the practicum by assessing the business environment for their idea, evaluating relevant evidence to support the practicum, and interviewing/surveying target end users. At the same time, students receive support, guidance, and feedback from the social enterprise faculty, project mentors, and peer cohort.
OPEN
003
Global Social Entrepreneurship
03.00
Fischer,S
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Global Social Entrepreneurship (3) This course explores the what, why, how and who of global social enterprise and builds the mindset and skills to create positive change in the world. Coursework includes a real-world consulting project and developing a blueprint and pitch of a change-making idea.
(Meets with SIS 696 203)
OPEN
004
Leading Social Innovation
03.00
Tomasko,R; Passacantando,J
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Leading Social Innovation (3) Introduces the key leadership skills employed by social entrepreneurs, and distinguishes them from those used to manage more stable, ongoing international NGOs. Social entrepreneurs are skilled at destabilizing the status quo by seeing opportunities for change others miss. The components of the enterprise mindset they apply to this task are analyzed through written and live case studies. Best practices for both creating new organizations as well as leading existing ones from marginal positions of low formal power are examined. Common leadership pathologies and the dynamics of followership are also considered, along with leaders' uses of hard and soft power. Students engage in structured reflection on their personal approaches to leadership. The course is highly interactive and focused more on application than theory.
CANCELLED
101
Global Social Entrepreneurship
03.00
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Program Fee: $350.00. Instructional Method: Online. Travel Dates: August 24, 26-27, 2017. Travel Location: Washington, DC. Global Social Entrepreneurship (3) This course explores the what, why, how and who of global social enterprise and builds the mindset and skills to create positive change in the world. Coursework includes a real-world consulting project and developing a blueprint and pitch of a change-making idea. Restriction: Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SIS-696 301.
(Meets with SIS 696 301)
CANCELLED
102
Global Social Entrepreneurship
03.00
Fischer,S
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Program Fee: $350.00. Instructional Method: Online. Travel Dates: August 24-27, 2017. Travel Location: Washington DC. Global Social Entrepreneurship (3) This course explores the what, why, how and who of global social enterprise and builds the mindset and skills to create positive change in the world. Coursework includes a real-world consulting project and developing a blueprint and pitch of a change-making idea. Restriction: Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SIS-696 302.
(Meets with SIS 696 302)
OPEN
103
Leading Social Innovation
03.00
Meade,E
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Leading Social Innovation (3) Introduces the key leadership skills employed by social entrepreneurs, and distinguishes these from those used to manage more stable, ongoing international NGOs. Social entrepreneurs are skilled at destabilizing the status quo by seeing opportunities for change others miss. The components of the enterprise mindset they apply to this task are analyzed through written and live case studies. Best practices for both creating new organizations as well as leading existing ones from marginal positions of low formal power are examined. Common leadership pathologies and the dynamics of followership are also considered, along with leaders' uses of hard and soft power. Students engage in structured reflection on their personal approaches to leadership. The course is highly interactive and focused more on application than theory. Restriction: Internal Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SIS-696 303.
(Meets with SIS 696 303)
OPEN
203
Global Social Entrepreneurship
03.00
Fischer,S
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Special Tuition Rate. Global Social Entrepreneurship (3) This course explores the what, why, how and who of global social enterprise and builds the mindset and skills to create positive change in the world. Coursework includes a real-world consulting project and developing a blueprint and pitch of a change-making idea. Meets with SIS-696 003.
(Meets with SIS 696 003)
CANCELLED
301
Global Social Entrepreneurship
03.00
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Program Fee: $350.00. Instructional Method: Online. Travel Dates: August 24, 26-27, 2017. Travel Location: Washington, DC. Global Social Entrepreneurship (3) This course explores the what, why, how and who of global social enterprise and builds the mindset and skills to create positive change in the world. Coursework includes a real-world consulting project and developing a blueprint and pitch of a change-making idea. Restriction: Social Enterprise (MA). Meets with SIS-696 101.
(Meets with SIS 696 101)
CANCELLED
302
Global Social Entrepreneurship
03.00
Fischer,S
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Program Fee: $350.00. Instructional Method: Online. Travel Dates: August 24-27, 2017. Travel Location: Washington DC. Global Social Entrepreneurship (3) This course explores the what, why, how and who of global social enterprise and builds the mindset and skills to create positive change in the world. Coursework includes a real-world consulting project and developing a blueprint and pitch of a change-making idea. Restriction: Social Enterprise (MA). Meets with SIS-696 102.
(Meets with SIS 696 102)
OPEN
303
Leading Social Innovation
03.00
Meade,E
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Leading Social Innovation (3) Introduces the key leadership skills employed by social entrepreneurs, and distinguishes these from those used to manage more stable, ongoing international NGOs. Social entrepreneurs are skilled at destabilizing the status quo by seeing opportunities for change others miss. The components of the enterprise mindset they apply to this task are analyzed through written and live case studies. Best practices for both creating new organizations as well as leading existing ones from marginal positions of low formal power are examined. Common leadership pathologies and the dynamics of followership are also considered, along with leaders' uses of hard and soft power. Students engage in structured reflection on their personal approaches to leadership. The course is highly interactive and focused more on application than theory. Meets with SIS-696 103.
(Meets with SIS 696 103)
SIS-697
AU-Korea University Exchange
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-698
AU-Sciences Po Exchange,Paris
OPEN
001
01.00-09.00
Books
SIS-710
Colloquium in Int'l Relations
OPEN
001
Advanced International Law
03.00
Williams,P
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Advanced International Law (3) Students pursue special projects associated with the role of law in peace negotiations and the development of post-conflict constitutions. Permission: instructor.
SIS-730
Skills Inst in Int'l Affairs
OPEN
001
Program Dsgn, M&E, Learning
01.00
Roberts,C
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/15/17
09/15/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/16/17
09/16/17
SU
09:00AM
02:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/17/17
09/17/17
Program Design, Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning (1) This course introduces methods and skills used in evaluating international development programs with a focus on planning and design. The course introduces students to the evaluation process and various evaluation designs, as well as methods for data collection and analysis. The course has a practical focus as it prepares students for performing work funded by international organizations, bilateral aid agencies, philanthropic foundations, or other global development donors. Students develop a broad understanding of program evaluation and how to apply tools and templates to monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) activities. The primary skills include how to develop a theory of change, a results framework, and learning plan; how to differentiate among the many approaches to evaluation, such as performance, impact, developmental, utilization-focused, etc., and develop an understanding regarding when and how each should be used; the ability to use information and communications technology (ICT) tools for surveys; and an understanding of approaches required to communicate results in an accessible manner.
(Meets with SIS 730 201)
OPEN
002
Strategic Analytic Techniques
01.00
Sullivan,R
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/15/17
09/15/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/16/17
09/16/17
SU
09:00AM
02:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/17/17
09/17/17
Strategic Analytic Techniques (1) This workshop introduces students to multiple qualitative structured analytic tools and techniques they can use to structure their analysis, generate forecasts, and avoid major mistakes. In numerous hands-on exercises, students practice specific skills to help them overcome mindsets, organize information, diagnose problems, explore different ways of thinking, and avoid surprise. Concepts introduced include analytic traps and mindsets; why we are so quick to fall into mindsets and why they so hard to overcome; the value of structured analytic techniques; and how best to apply these tools and techniques to problems encountered every day.
(Meets with SIS 730 202)
OPEN
003
Mediating History
01.00
Gamaghelyan,P
Books
SSU
10:00AM
06:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/23/17
09/24/17
Mediating History (1) Competing interpretations of history play a central role in many inter-state and intra-state conflicts today. Conflict resolution practitioners, however, do not always possess the skills necessary for addressing history directly and constructively. Drawing upon recent studies in collective memory, critical historiography and discourse analysis, as well as the extensive experience of working with historical narratives in conflict settings, the course introduces the participants to practical methods that help transform the role of history from one that perpetuates conflict into one that helps resolve it through building better understanding of the conflict dynamics, mutual identity needs and alternative ways forward.
(Meets with SIS 730 203)
OPEN
004
Exped Civil-Military Interactn
01.00
Wanis-St. John,A; Pruett,J
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/30/17
10/01/17
Expeditionary Civil-Military Interactions (1) Civilians and military from multiple countries, alliances and regional organizations, and NGOs often work alongside each other in peace and stability operations as well as other complex emergencies. Sometimes this interaction is smooth, although it also poses challenges in terms of organizational cultural, goals, work styles, mandates, constraints, and language. The academic field of civil-military relations offers little to help practitioners navigate their differences in field environments. The possibilities and problems go in both directions, as both civilians and military benefit from a better understanding of how to coordinate, negotiate, and work with each other in expeditionary environments.
(Meets with SIS 730 204)
OPEN
005
Desgn Intercultl Training Prog
01.00
Morukian,M
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/07/17
10/08/17
Designing Intercultural Training Programs (1) This hands-on course focuses on the design of intercultural programs to enhance and develop intercultural understanding, communication, and competence. Students develop and critique training program materials and curricula for practical application in such settings as schools, business, government, non-profits, and in international contexts. Emphasis is placed on programs for multicultural as well as substantially mono-cultural contexts. In addition to interpersonal and intercultural skills, and the development of training materials, the course briefly touches on evaluation as integral components of effective program design.
(Meets with SIS 730 205)
CANCELLED
006
Nonviolent Action
01.00
Cambridge,D
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Nonviolent Action (1) This participatory skills-based course provides a multi-disciplinary perspective on nonviolent, civilian-based movements and campaigns that defend and obtain basic rights and justice around the world, from Zimbabwe to West Papua, Mexico to China, and throughout the Middle East-North Africa region. Students define civil resistance; debate the role of civil resistance in generating political, social, and economic change; identify and apply strategic principles that help civil resistance movements succeed; analyze conflicts from an nonviolent conflict perspective; and experiment with different theories of power, violence, and nonviolence, and also learn about nonviolent civil resistance movements throughout history.
(Meets with SIS 730 206)
OPEN
007
Policy Briefing
01.00
Schmall,C
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/14/17
10/15/17
Policy Briefing (1) This course gives students the tools and confidence to handle a briefing at any level in the policy world with a combination of presentations and group discussion on the art of proper preparation, real-life examples of policy briefings, and challenging practical exercises. Students learn how to develop and present a relevant, tailored, and effective briefing by crafting the briefing to account for the policymaker's level of knowledge, biases, and needs; understanding an issue's place in the policy process and how that impacts the presentation; utilizing graphics to make the complex easy to understand; writing talking points to guide the briefing; being flexible; and dealing with demanding or hostile audiences.
(Meets with SIS 730 207)
CANCELLED
008
Media Relations in Confl Zones
01.00
Lehmann,E
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Media Relations in Conflict Zones (1) Students learn to develop productive media relationships and understand the role of public affairs during overseas humanitarian, reconstruction, and peace-building interventions. Students also learn how to recognize a communication crisis and prepare for crisis and reputation management. The course also covers management of press conferences from planning to execution, delivering effective responses, and methods to ensure mutually beneficial exchanges of information between organizations and the media.
OPEN
009
Real World Strategic Planning
01.00
Meade,E
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/27/17
10/27/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/28/17
10/29/17
Real World Strategic Planning (1) This course prepares students to work with organizations in need of strategic planning. The course gives students basic tools to help organizations find their way. Students learn to detect mission drift, map their ecosystem, construct a theory of change, diagnose sustainability, and more. These key skills are applicable to government entities and NGOs, to large and small organizations. The course is taught via case studies and simulations based on actual recent strategic planning projects.
(Meets with SIS 730 209)
OPEN
010
Dev & Fundraising: Peace NGOs
01.00
Braeuninger,M
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/28/17
10/29/17
Development and Fundraising for Peace NGOs (1) Students learn the fundamentals of development and fundraising for non-profits, with a focus on peacebuilding NGOs. Topics include: assessing development and fundraising needs; strategic development; board engagement; donor engagement; fundraising tools; and grant searching and grant writing. Teaching methods include lecture and case studies.
(Meets with SIS 730 210)
CLOSED
011
Budgeting for Development
01.00
Ragan,K; Brown,N
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/03/17
11/03/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/04/17
11/04/17
SU
09:00AM
02:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/05/17
11/05/17
Budgeting for Development (1) A basic understanding of how the U.S. government's budget is managed through the allocation of foreign aid to address international development challenges such as literacy, maternal and child health, good governance, clean water, and food security, is needed to understand how international development works. At a more practical level, an understanding of how to build, manage, and report on a budget is required to work on any development project. In this course students learn the overall framework for how funding is allocated to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), how priorities are set, and how funds make their way to the USAID Mission managing resources at the country level. The course follows the program process within USAID as a guide to understanding how the budget flows down to individual projects and how NGO and for profit implementers use budgets to deliver assistance on the ground. Students learn the fundamentals of how to construct a budget and budget monitoring methodologies, as well as getting hands-on experience in basic budget forecasting and standard budget reporting.
(Meets with SIS 730 211)
CANCELLED
012
Fundraising
01.00
Grupp,B
Books
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Fundraising (1) In the world of non-profits, NGOs, and academia, fundraising is an essential skill that impacts virtually every single project, idea, or organizational initiative. This course provides students with a donor-mapping model for strategic fundraising with a particular emphasis on grant writing. The course explores all aspects of grant writing and has a heavy experiential component where students are able to run their own foundation. Real world examples of grants and grant requirements are explored within the larger context of assessing fundraising programs overall.
(Meets with SIS 730 212)
OPEN
013
Business-NGO Partnership Bldg
01.00
Gelbard,A; Hendry,K
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/10/17
11/10/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/11/17
11/12/17
Business-NGO Partnership Building (1) Provides the skills and knowledge to build successful cross-sector partnerships between businesses and NGOs based on practical experience. Covers skills that can be applied to all stages of this process from networking, building relationships and trust, to writing an MOU, implementing a partnership, and measuring outcomes.
(Meets with SIS 730 213)
OPEN
014
Gender Analysis & Development
01.00
Morris,P
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/21/17
10/22/17
Gender Analysis and Development (1) This course explores the concept of gender and its practical application to international development programs and policy. It covers a variety of analytical and planning tools as well as frameworks and methodologies developed and used by gender practitioners and activists worldwide. Course participants review gender concepts, gender analysis frameworks, gender analysis tools and strategies for gender mainstreaming and gender integration in international relief and development programs. This interactive skills institute focuses on applying gender analysis tools in program planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. Meets with SIS-730 214.
(Meets with SIS 730 214)
CANCELLED
015
Green Recov & Recon Training
01.00
Kelly,C
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Green Recovery and Reconstruction Training (1) In the wake of natural or man-made disasters, governments and disaster-response agencies are under considerable pressure to assist communities to rebuild rapidly and promote economic recovery. In these circumstances, recovery and rehabilitation projects often result in environmental damage, unsustainable practices, and resulting harm to disaster survivors. This course trains students in use of the Green Recovery and Reconstruction Toolkit (GRRT), developed by the World Wildlife Fund and American Red Cross to facilitate recovery planning and project design that promote for sustainable, resilient communities. The course examines the need for a more environmentally sound recovery process, describes the elements of the GRRT, focuses on how sections of the GRRT can be used in project design, implementation and monitoring and reviews practical ways the GRRT can be used to improve project impacts, outcomes and conditions for disaster survivors.
(Meets with SIS 730 215)
OPEN
016
Analytic Writing
01.00
Armstrong,F
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/22/17
09/22/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/23/17
09/23/17
SU
09:00AM
02:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/24/17
09/24/17
Analytic Writing (1) This course introduces students to analytic writing as it is used in intelligence, policy, and nonprofit work. Policy-focused careers in Washington, DC often require familiarity with concise, direct, and terse prose that puts the bottom line up front. Through a series of conversations and exercises, students learn to present their ideas in a writing style recognized by the policy community.
(Meets with SIS 730 216)
OPEN
017
Impact Investing
01.00
Bradley,M
Books
F
05:00PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/13/17
10/13/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/14/17
10/14/17
SU
09:00AM
03:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/15/17
10/15/17
Impact Investing (1) This course covers the core principles involved with investing for societal as well as economic impact. Intended for students interested in pursuing careers in social finance, philanthropy/nonprofit, investment management, or responsible banking, the course provides an overview of the impact investment market as well as the practical application of the core principles of the sector. Students explore the due diligence and deal structuring required for investing in social enterprises, what is involved in developing an investment portfolio for an organization or a fund, and the basic investment decisions behind it.
(Meets with SIS 730 217)
OPEN
019
Media Relations in Confl Zones
01.00
Lehmann,E
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/11/17
11/12/17
Media Relations in Conflict Zones (1) Students learn to develop productive media relationships and understand the role of public affairs during overseas humanitarian, reconstruction, and peace-building interventions. Students also learn how to recognize a communication crisis and prepare for crisis and reputation management. The course also covers management of press conferences from planning to execution, delivering effective responses, and methods to ensure mutually beneficial exchanges of information between organizations and the media.
(Meets with SIS 730 208)
OPEN
020
Nonviolent Action
01.00
Cambridge,D
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/21/17
10/22/17
Nonviolent Action (1) This participatory skills-based course provides a multi-disciplinary perspective on nonviolent, civilian-based movements and campaigns that defend and obtain basic rights and justice around the world, from Zimbabwe to West Papua, Mexico to China, and throughout the Middle East-North Africa region. Students define civil resistance; debate the role of civil resistance in generating political, social, and economic change; identify and apply strategic principles that help civil resistance movements succeed; analyze conflicts from an nonviolent conflict perspective; and experiment with different theories of power, violence, and nonviolence, and also learn about nonviolent civil resistance movements throughout history. Meets with SIS-730 220.
(Meets with SIS 730 220)
OPEN
101
Writing Op-Eds
01.00
Peritz,A
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Writing Op-Eds (1) This course introduces the nuts and bolts of conceptualizing, drafting, and pitching op-eds. Students learn about the basic structures of op-eds, determine what publications are looking for in opinion pieces, and capitalize upon unique personal experiences to get their foot in the door. Students also learn the undervalued skillset of pitching articles to publications and editors. This is a hands-on course, so students draft sections of op-eds during class for real-time feedback. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online.
OPEN
103
Multinational Negotiation
01.00
Leki,R
Books
Program Fee: $275.00. Instructional Method: Online. Travel Dates: August 25-27, 2017. Travel Location: Washington, DC. Multinational Negotiation (1) Professional communication and multinational negotiation, whether in the corporate or public sector, is all about solving problems. In this course students learn multinational negotiation strategies and techniques to address an array of challenging situations, many of them involving ethical dilemmas. Along the way, students practice and sharpen their writing, speaking, and presentation skills. Students work in teams to tackle negotiation crises. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SIS-730 303.
(Meets with SIS 730 303)
CLOSED
104
Policy Briefing
01.00
Schmall,C
Books
Program Fee: $275.00. Instructional Method: Online. Travel Dates: August 25-27, 2017. Travel Location: Washington, DC. Policy Briefing (1) This course gives students the tools and confidence to handle a briefing at any level in the policy world with a combination of presentations and group discussion on the art of proper preparation, real-life examples of policy briefings, and challenging practical exercises. Students learn how to develop and present a relevant, tailored, and effective briefing by crafting the briefing to account for the policymaker's level of knowledge, biases, and needs; understanding an issue's place in the policy process and how that impacts the presentation; utilizing graphics to make the complex easy to understand; writing talking points to guide the briefing; being flexible; and dealing with demanding or hostile audiences. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SIS-730 304.
(Meets with SIS 730 304)
CANCELLED
105
Leadership for Changing World
01.00
Rahaman,A
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Program Fee: $275.00. Instructional Method: Online. Travel Dates: August 25-27, 2017. Travel Location: Washington, DC. Developing Leadership for a Changing World (1) This course facilitates the development of leading for results including personal, team and organizational leadership skills. Students explore the unique challenges and opportunities of leadership development in the public and private sector. Today's organizations face constant pressures to keep changing, whether the organization is a government entity, a private business, a not-for-profit, or an educational institution. As leaders and aspiring future leaders of public and/or private institutions, leaders have a critical responsibility to understand the intricacies of personal leadership, to know how to build and maintain teams, and to increase organizational performance. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SIS-730 305.
(Meets with SIS 730 305)
OPEN
107
Smartphone Media Production
01.00
Engel,L
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Smartphone Media Production (1) This course helps students self-document events, research, fieldwork, and other real-world encounters using nothing more than their smartphone. Students learn how to make best use of the tools they already have to preserve key audio and visual information, and how to turn that information into a compelling story for their projects. The course discusses the basics of visual storytelling in photography and video, skill sets in creating compelling images and scenes, and the basics of editing. Students also add hardware and software to their smartphone and learn to work with small camcorders. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online.
OPEN
108
Learner-Centered Training
01.00
Lynne,J
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Designing Learner-Centered Trainings for Conflict Transformation (1) This course examines principles and practices of learner-centered design for those designing and facilitating training/education for conflict transformation. The course focuses on design of training and education events using principles of dialogue education. Participants examine the power of group-based learning to bring about behavior change. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online.
(Meets with SIS 730 308)
CLOSED
109
Science Fiction, Science Fact
01.00
Williams,C
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Science Fiction, Science Fact (1) This institute introduces students to science literacy essential for those making decisions inside think tanks, government, NGOs, IGOs, media and diplomacy. The class explores how the social contract evolved between science and society, what is meant by the best available scientific knowledge, and acceptable scientific literacy norms. Students are asked to spot false findings, fake sources and pure fiction while learning to speak and write science literacy with confidence. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SIS 730-309.
(Meets with SIS 730 309)
OPEN
201
Program Dsgn, M&E, Learning
01.00
Roberts,C
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/15/17
09/15/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/16/17
09/16/17
SU
09:00AM
02:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/17/17
09/17/17
Special Tuition Rate. Program Design, Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning (1) This course introduces methods and skills used in evaluating international development programs with a focus on planning and design. The course introduces students to the evaluation process and various evaluation designs, as well as methods for data collection and analysis. The course has a practical focus as it prepares students for performing work funded by international organizations, bilateral aid agencies, philanthropic foundations, or other global development donors. Students develop a broad understanding of program evaluation and how to apply tools and templates to monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) activities. The primary skills include how to develop a theory of change, a results framework, and learning plan; how to differentiate among the many approaches to evaluation, such as performance, impact, developmental, utilization-focused, etc., and develop an understanding regarding when and how each should be used; the ability to use information and communications technology (ICT) tools for surveys; and an understanding of approaches required to communicate results in an accessible manner. Meets with SIS-730 001.
(Meets with SIS 730 001)
OPEN
202
Strategic Analytic Techniques
01.00
Sullivan,R
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/15/17
09/15/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/16/17
09/16/17
SU
09:00AM
02:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/17/17
09/17/17
Special Tuition Rate. Strategic Analytic Techniques (1) This workshop introduces students to multiple qualitative structured analytic tools and techniques they can use to structure their analysis, generate forecasts, and avoid major mistakes. In numerous hands-on exercises, students practice specific skills to help them overcome mindsets, organize information, diagnose problems, explore different ways of thinking, and avoid surprise. Concepts introduced include analytic traps and mindsets; why we are so quick to fall into mindsets and why they so hard to overcome; the value of structured analytic techniques; and how best to apply these tools and techniques to problems encountered every day. Meets with SIS-730 002.
(Meets with SIS 730 002)
OPEN
203
Mediating History
01.00
Gamaghelyan,P
Books
SSU
10:00AM
06:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/23/17
09/24/17
Special Tuition Rate. Mediating History (1) Competing interpretations of history play a central role in many inter-state and intra-state conflicts today. Conflict resolution practitioners, however, do not always possess the skills necessary for addressing history directly and constructively. Drawing upon recent studies in collective memory, critical historiography and discourse analysis, as well as the extensive experience of working with historical narratives in conflict settings, the course introduces the participants to practical methods that help transform the role of history from one that perpetuates conflict into one that helps resolve it through building better understanding of the conflict dynamics, mutual identity needs and alternative ways forward. Meets with SIS-730 003.
(Meets with SIS 730 003)
OPEN
204
Exped Civil-Military Interactn
01.00
Wanis-St. John,A; Pruett,J
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/30/17
10/01/17
Special Tuition Rate. Expeditionary Civil-Military Interactions (1) Civilians and military from multiple countries, alliances and regional organizations, and NGOs often work alongside each other in peace and stability operations as well as other complex emergencies. Sometimes this interaction is smooth, although it also poses challenges in terms of organizational cultural, goals, work styles, mandates, constraints, and language. The academic field of civil-military relations offers little to help practitioners navigate their differences in field environments. The possibilities and problems go in both directions, as both civilians and military benefit from a better understanding of how to coordinate, negotiate, and work with each other in expeditionary environments. Meets with SIS-730 004.
(Meets with SIS 730 004)
OPEN
205
Desgn Intercultl Training Prog
01.00
Morukian,M
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/07/17
10/08/17
Special Tuition Rate. Designing Intercultural Training Programs (1) This hands-on course focuses on the design of intercultural programs to enhance and develop intercultural understanding, communication, and competence. Students develop and critique training program materials and curricula for practical application in such settings as schools, business, government, non-profits, and in international contexts. Emphasis is placed on programs for multicultural as well as substantially mono-cultural contexts. In addition to interpersonal and intercultural skills, and the development of training materials, the course briefly touches on evaluation as integral components of effective program design. Meets with SIS-730 005.
(Meets with SIS 730 005)
CANCELLED
206
Nonviolent Action
01.00
Cambridge,D
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Special Tuition Rate. Nonviolent Action (1) This participatory skills-based course provides a multi-disciplinary perspective on nonviolent, civilian-based movements and campaigns that defend and obtain basic rights and justice around the world, from Zimbabwe to West Papua, Mexico to China, and throughout the Middle East-North Africa region. Students define civil resistance; debate the role of civil resistance in generating political, social, and economic change; identify and apply strategic principles that help civil resistance movements succeed; analyze conflicts from an nonviolent conflict perspective; and experiment with different theories of power, violence, and nonviolence, and also learn about nonviolent civil resistance movements throughout history. Meets with SIS-730 006.
(Meets with SIS 730 006)
OPEN
207
Policy Briefing
01.00
Schmall,C
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/14/17
10/15/17
Special Tuition Rate. Policy Briefing (1) This course gives students the tools and confidence to handle a briefing at any level in the policy world with a combination of presentations and group discussion on the art of proper preparation, real-life examples of policy briefings, and challenging practical exercises. Students learn how to develop and present a relevant, tailored, and effective briefing by crafting the briefing to account for the policymaker's level of knowledge, biases, and needs; understanding an issue's place in the policy process and how that impacts the presentation; utilizing graphics to make the complex easy to understand; writing talking points to guide the briefing; being flexible; and dealing with demanding or hostile audiences. Meets with SIS-730 007.
(Meets with SIS 730 007)
OPEN
208
Media Relations in Confl Zones
01.00
Lehmann,E
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/11/17
11/12/17
Special Tution Rate. Media Relations in Conflict Zones (1) Students learn to develop productive media relationships and understand the role of public affairs during overseas humanitarian, reconstruction, and peace-building interventions. Students also learn how to recognize a communication crisis and prepare for crisis and reputation management. The course also covers management of press conferences from planning to execution, delivering effective responses, and methods to ensure mutually beneficial exchanges of information between organizations and the media. Meets with SIS-730 008.
(Meets with SIS 730 019)
OPEN
209
Real World Strategic Planning
01.00
Meade,E
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/27/17
10/27/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/28/17
10/29/17
Special Tuition Rate. Real World Strategic Planning (1) This course prepares students to work with organizations in need of strategic planning. The course gives students basic tools to help organizations find their way. Students learn to detect mission drift, map their ecosystem, construct a theory of change, diagnose sustainability, and more. These key skills are applicable to government entities and NGOs, to large and small organizations. The course is taught via case studies and simulations based on actual recent strategic planning projects. Meets with SIS-730 009.
(Meets with SIS 730 009)
OPEN
210
Dev & Fundraising: Peace NGOs
01.00
Braeuninger,M
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/28/17
10/29/17
Special Tuition Rate. Development and Fundraising for Peace NGOs (1) Students learn the fundamentals of development and fundraisingfor non-profits, with a focus on peacebuilding NGOs. Topics include: assessing development and fundraising needs; strategic development; board engagement; donor engagement; fundraising tools; and grant searching and grant writing. Teaching methods include lecture and case studies. Meets with SIS-730 010.
(Meets with SIS 730 010)
CLOSED
211
Budgeting for Development
01.00
Ragan,K; Brown,N
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/03/17
11/03/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/04/17
11/04/17
SU
09:00AM
02:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/05/17
11/05/17
Special Tuition Rate. Budgeting for Development (1) A basic understanding of how the U.S. government's budget is managed through the allocation of foreign aid to address international development challenges such as literacy, maternal and child health, good governance, clean water, and food security, is needed to understand how international development works. At a more practical level, an understanding of how to build, manage, and report on a budget is required to work on any development project. In this course students learn the overall framework for how funding is allocated to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), how priorities are set, and how funds make their way to the USAID Mission managing resources at the country level. The course follows the program process within USAID as a guide to understanding how the budget flows down to individual projects and how NGO and for profit implementers use budgets to deliver assistance on the ground. Students learn the fundamentals of how to construct a budget and budget monitoring methodologies, as well as getting hands-on experience in basic budget forecasting and standard budget reporting. Meets with SIS-730 011.
(Meets with SIS 730 011)
CANCELLED
212
Fundraising
01.00
Grupp,B
Books
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Special Tuition Rate. Fundraising (1) In the world of non-profits, NGOs, and academia, fundraising is an essential skill that impacts virtually every single project, idea, or organizational initiative. This course provides students with a donor-mapping model for strategic fundraising with a particular emphasis on grant writing. The course explores all aspects of grant writing and has a heavy experiential component where students are able to run their own foundation. Real world examples of grants and grant requirements are explored within the larger context of assessing fundraising programs overall. Meets with SIS-730 012.
(Meets with SIS 730 012)
OPEN
213
Business-NGO Partnership Bldg
01.00
Gelbard,A; Hendry,K
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/10/17
11/10/17
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
11/11/17
11/12/17
Special Tuition Rate. Business-NGO Partnership Building (1) Provides the skills and knowledge to build successful cross-sector partnerships between businesses and NGOs based on practical experience. Covers skills that can be applied to all stages of this process from networking, building relationships and trust, to writing an MOU, implementing a partnership, and measuring outcomes. Meets with SIS-730 013.
(Meets with SIS 730 013)
CLOSED
214
Gender Analysis & Development
01.00
Morris,P
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/21/17
10/22/17
Special Tuition Rate. Gender Analysis and Development (1) This course explores the concept of gender and its practical application to international development programs and policy. It covers a variety of analytical and planning tools as well as frameworks and methodologies developed and used by gender practitioners and activists worldwide. Course participants review gender concepts, gender analysis frameworks, gender analysis tools and strategies for gender mainstreaming and gender integration in international relief and development programs. This interactive skills institute focuses on applying gender analysis tools in program planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. Meets with SIS-730 014.
(Meets with SIS 730 014)
CANCELLED
215
Green Recov & Recon Training
01.00
Kelly,C
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Special Tuition Rate. Green Recovery and Reconstruction Training (1) In the wake of natural or man-made disasters, governments and disaster-response agencies are under considerable pressure to assist communities to rebuild rapidly and promote economic recovery. In these circumstances, recovery and rehabilitation projects often result in environmental damage, unsustainable practices, and resulting harm to disaster survivors. This course trains students in use of the Green Recovery and Reconstruction Toolkit (GRRT), developed by the World Wildlife Fund and American Red Cross to facilitate recovery planning and project design that promote for sustainable, resilient communities. The course examines the need for a more environmentally sound recovery process, describes the elements of the GRRT, focuses on how sections of the GRRT can be used in project design, implementation and monitoring and reviews practical ways the GRRT can be used to improve project impacts, outcomes and conditions for disaster survivors. Meets with SIS-730 015.
(Meets with SIS 730 015)
OPEN
216
Analytic Writing
01.00
Armstrong,F
Books
F
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/22/17
09/22/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/23/17
09/23/17
SU
09:00AM
02:00PM
TBA
TBA
09/24/17
09/24/17
Special Tuition Rate. Analytic Writing (1) This course introduces students to analytic writing as it is used in intelligence, policy, and nonprofit work. Policy-focused careers in Washington, DC often require familiarity with concise, direct, and terse prose that puts the bottom line up front. Through a series of conversations and exercises, students learn to present their ideas in a writing style recognized by the policy community. Meets with SIS-730 016.
(Meets with SIS 730 016)
OPEN
217
Impact Investing
01.00
Bradley,M
Books
F
05:00PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/13/17
10/13/17
S
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/14/17
10/14/17
SU
09:00AM
03:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/15/17
10/15/17
Special Tuition Rate. Impact Investing (1) This course covers the core principles involved with investing for societal as well as economic impact. Intended for students interested in pursuing careers in social finance, philanthropy/nonprofit, investment management, or responsible banking, the course provides an overview of the impact investment market as well as the practical application of the core principles of the sector. Students explore the due diligence and deal structuring required for investing in social enterprises, what is involved in developing an investment portfolio for an organization or a fund, and the basic investment decisions behind it. Meets with SIS-730 017.
(Meets with SIS 730 017)
OPEN
220
Nonviolent Action
01.00
Cambridge,D
Books
SSU
09:00AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
10/21/17
10/22/17
Special Tuition Rate. Nonviolent Action (1) This participatory skills-based course provides a multi-disciplinary perspective on nonviolent, civilian-based movements and campaigns that defend and obtain basic rights and justice around the world, from Zimbabwe to West Papua, Mexico to China, and throughout the Middle East-North Africa region. Students define civil resistance; debate the role of civil resistance in generating political, social, and economic change; identify and apply strategic principles that help civil resistance movements succeed; analyze conflicts from an nonviolent conflict perspective; and experiment with different theories of power, violence, and nonviolence, and also learn about nonviolent civil resistance movements throughout history. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SIS-730 020.
(Meets with SIS 730 020)
OPEN
303
Multinational Negotiation
01.00
Leki,R
Books
Program Fee: $275.00. Instructional Method: Online. Travel Dates: August 25-27, 2017. Travel Location: Washington, DC. Multinational Negotiation (1) Professional communication and multinational negotiation, whether in the corporate or public sector, is all about solving problems. In this course students learn multinational negotiation strategies and techniques to address an array of challenging situations, many of them involving ethical dilemmas. Along the way, students practice and sharpen their writing, speaking, and presentation skills. Students work in teams to tackle negotiation crises. Meets with SIS-730 103.
(Meets with SIS 730 103)
CLOSED
304
Policy Briefing
01.00
Schmall,C
Books
Program Fee: $275.00. Instructional Method: Online. Travel Dates: August 25-27, 2017. Travel Location: Washington, DC. Policy Briefing (1) This course gives students the tools and confidence to handle a briefing at any level in the policy world with a combination of presentations and group discussion on the art of proper preparation, real-life examples of policy briefings, and challenging practical exercises. Students learn how to develop and present a relevant, tailored, and effective briefing by crafting the briefing to account for the policymaker's level of knowledge, biases, and needs; understanding an issue's place in the policy process and how that impacts the presentation; utilizing graphics to make the complex easy to understand; writing talking points to guide the briefing; being flexible; and dealing with demanding or hostile audiences. Meets with SIS-730 104.
(Meets with SIS 730 104)
CANCELLED
305
Leadership for Changing World
01.00
Rahaman,A
Books
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Program Fee: $275.00. Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Online. Travel Dates: August 25-27, 2017. Travel Location: Washington, DC. Developing Leadership for a Changing World (1) This course facilitates the development of leading for results including personal, team and organizational leadership skills. Students explore the unique challenges and opportunities of leadership development in the public and private sector. Today's organizations face constant pressures to keep changing, whether the organization is a government entity, a private business, a not-for-profit, or an educational institution. As leaders and aspiring future leaders of public and/or private institutions, leaders have a critical responsibility to understand the intricacies of personal leadership, to know how to build and maintain teams, and to increase organizational performance. Meets with SIS-730 105.
(Meets with SIS 730 105)
OPEN
308
Learner-Centered Training
01.00
Lynne,J
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Designing Learner-Centered Trainings for Conflict Transformation (1) This course examines principles and practices of learner-centered design for those designing and facilitating training/education for conflict transformation. The course focuses on design of training and education events using principles of dialogue education. Participants examine the power of group-based learning to bring about behavior change. Meets with SIS-730 108.
(Meets with SIS 730 108)
CLOSED
309
Science Fiction, Science Fact
01.00
Williams,C
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Science Fiction, Science Fact (1) This institute introduces students to science literacy essential for those making decisions inside think tanks, government, NGOs, IGOs, media and diplomacy. The class explores how the social contract evolved between science and society, what is meant by the best available scientific knowledge, and acceptable scientific literacy norms. Students are asked to spot false findings, fake sources and pure fiction while learning to speak and write science literacy with confidence. Meets with SIS 730-109.
(Meets with SIS 730 109)
SIS-731
Economic Development
Prerequisite: ECON-603.
OPEN
001
03.00
Poole,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-733
Int'l Peace & Confl Res Sem I
Restriction: International Peace and Conflict Resolution (MA) or Ethics, Peace and Global Affairs (MA).
CLOSED
001
03.00
Wanis-St. John,A
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
OPEN
002
03.00
Call,C
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
OPEN
003
03.00
Eralp,D
Books
TH
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-750
Res/Prof Meth in Int'l Affairs
WAIT-2
001
Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval
03.00
Onder,S
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary.
OPEN
002
International Policy Analysis
03.00
Jain,A
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
International Policy Analysis (3) This seminar provides an introduction to the theory and practice of public policy analysis in international affairs, focusing on the methods used to analyze and evaluate policy, the various issues associated with policy formation, and the application of these methods to current national security challenges. Students apply these methods and explore policy options for addressing the most significant geostrategic challenges likely to face policymakers over the coming years, including Russia, China, Iran, and violent extremism.
OPEN
003
Political Risk Analysis
03.00
Richardson,J
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Political Risk Analysis (3) Political risk analysis techniques allow practitioners to gauge the political conditions that would be beneficial or harmful to investment and other activities. This methodology course covers approaches to political risk analysis and applications.
WAIT-2
004
Proj Design Monitor & Eval
03.00
Campbell,S
Books
M
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary.
OPEN
101
Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval
03.00
Krupar,A
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online. Meets with SIS-750 301.
(Meets with SIS 750 301)
OPEN
102
Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval
03.00
Roberts,C
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online. Meets with SIS-750 302.
(Meets with SIS 750 302)
OPEN
301
Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval
03.00
Krupar,A
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary. Meets with SIS-750 101.
(Meets with SIS 750 101)
CLOSED
302
Proj Design, Monitoring & Eval
03.00
Roberts,C
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Project Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation (3) This course helps students develop a thorough understanding of qualitative and basic quantitative tools and approaches to international program evaluation. With needs, priorities, and agendas contested across political scales and economic sectors, evaluation is not only a technically demanding exercise; it is an intensely political process. Students develop skills in understanding methodological as well as epistemological and ontological underpinnings of program evaluation and how these influence research design and data interpretation; designing research for evaluative purposes and critically assessing its validity, reliability, efficiency, and effectiveness; reading and coding data, developing report outlines, and presenting findings in appropriate formats. In addition to skill development, the course also challenges students in their roles as development practitioners to identify ethical dilemmas in the context of evaluation and to reflect on appropriate responses. The course includes brief lectures, in-class exercises, problem sets, a real world case study, and discussion in groups and plenary. Meets with SIS-750 102.
(Meets with SIS 750 102)
SIS-751
Int'l Political Economy
Prerequisite: SIS-616.
OPEN
001
03.00
Henning,R
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-752
Global Economic Governance
Prerequisite: SIS-616.
OPEN
001
03.00
Kahn,R
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
(Meets with SIS 752 201)
OPEN
201
03.00
Kahn,R
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Special Tuition Rate.
(Meets with SIS 752 001)
SIS-770
AU-Pontificia Univ Javeriana
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-771
AU-Koc University, Turkey
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-772
AU-Montpellier Univ, France
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-773
AU-Victoria Univ, New Zealand
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-774
AU-St.Petersburg Univ, Russia
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-775
AU-Norwegian Univ of Life Sci
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
OPEN
101
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-776
AU-Freie Universitat, Berlin
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-779
AU-Peking University, Beijing
Permission: SIS Program Development Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-780
Master's International
Permission: SIS Graduate Advising Office.
OPEN
001
01.00-06.00
Books
SIS-782
AU-Graduate Institute, Geneva
Permission: SIS Office of International Programs.
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Books
SIS-793
Practicum in Int'l Affairs
Permission: SIS Graduate Advising Office.
OPEN
001
Intelligence Analysis
03.00
Peritz,A
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Intelligence Analysis (3) The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) provides intelligence to the U.S. military and defense policymakers. This project seeks to fill a specific requirement in the DIA for information related to second and third order effects of the Syrian civil war. Students collectively research and write a substantial research report and an executive summary that describe and explain mechanisms the Lebanese government and the international community could employ to address the many economic, military, and political challenges facing Lebanon. The report includes recommendations on a variety of subtopics, such as the Lebanese military, politics and governance, economic policy, and counter-extremism. Students also deliver an oral presentation on their research and recommendations to officials from the DIA.
(Meets with SIS 793 201)
OPEN
002
Conflict Transform & Peacebldg
03.00
Gregorian,H
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding (3) This practicum increases familiarity with the practice of contemporary peacebuilding; specifically, on rebuilding, or building, social and political infrastructure in fragile and conflict prone states and communities. Students work with international non-governmental organizations, such as Partners Global and RESOLVE; civil society organizations, such as the Washington, DC-based Alliance of Concerned Men; government agencies, such as the U. S. Department of State; and for-profit clients such as Creative Associates International. Topics include civil society building, empowerment of youth and women, economic and political governance, rule of law, human rights, and countering violent extremism.
(Meets with SIS 793 202)
OPEN
003
Wicked Challenge to US Sec
03.00
Shelton-Colby,S
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
A Wicked Challenge to US National Security (3) Students in this practicum study Turkey and develop policy recommendations for the U.S. Government. Specifically, the practicum addresses the deterioration of Turkey's democratic system; the Turkish government's role in Syria, fractious relationship with Turkish and Syrian Kurds and tense relationship with the European Union; Turkey's seemingly warming relationship with Russia and what that means for Turkey's role in NATO; and the tensions in the U.S. relationship with Turkey. Students make policy recommendations for U.S. Department of State officials and identify the pros and cons of each policy recommendation.
(Meets with SIS 793 203)
CLOSED
004
Cultural Diplomacy/Int'l Exch
03.00
Mueller,S
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Cultural Diplomacy and International Exchange (3) International exchange programs are an essential component of public diplomacy. Students learn about major actors and resources in the field and study a conceptual framework for evaluating the effectiveness of exchanges. They also focus on efforts to conduct advocacy on behalf of U.S. Department of State sponsored flagship exchange programs, such as the Fulbright Program and the International Visitor Leadership Program, by building partnerships with elected officials.
(Meets with SIS 793 204)
OPEN
101
Great Power Competition 2.0
03.00
Mancinelli,P
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Great Power Competition 2.0 (3) The Department of Defense is undergoing significant shifts in strategic planning and prioritization to focus on emerging strategic competitors. This practicum focuses on the emerging long-term strategic competition between the United States and other state actors such as Russia and China. Students research and write a research report, provide an executive summary, and present their findings and recommendations to members of the Department of Defense examining some aspect of state-to-state strategic competition in order to aid in shaping its activities across the elements of national power in order to address emerging challenges. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online. Meets with SIS-790 301.
(Meets with SIS 793 301)
OPEN
102
Multinational Enterprise
03.00
Bocskor,C
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Issues of Multinational Enterprise (3) Students gain experience in the field of international business consulting by undertaking research projects for US and foreign multinational enterprises, giving the clients advice on real-life business and regulatory problems. The Practicum emphasizes research, data presentation and analytic skills, while teaching the students how to work together as a team. Students learn how to manage the clients' demands and expectations while working closely with high-level business executives who take a personal interest in the students' growth and learning experiences. Practicum students also learn new oral and written presentation skills to enhance their resumes. Restriction: International Relations (MA) or International Service (MIS): Online. Meets with SIS-793 302.
(Meets with SIS 793 302)
OPEN
201
Intelligence Analysis
03.00
Peritz,A
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Special Tuition Rate. Intelligence Analysis (3) The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) provides intelligence to the U.S. military and defense policymakers. This project seeks to fill a specific requirement in the DIA for information related to second and third order effects of the Syrian civil war. Students collectively research and write a substantial research report and an executive summary that describe and explain mechanisms the Lebanese government and the international community could employ to address the many economic, military, and political challenges facing Lebanon. The report includes recommendations on a variety of subtopics, such as the Lebanese military, politics and governance, economic policy, and counter-extremism. Students also deliver an oral presentation on their research. Meets with SIS-793 001.
(Meets with SIS 793 001)
CLOSED
202
Conflict Transform & Peacebldg
03.00
Gregorian,H
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Special Tuition Rate. Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding (3) This practicum increases familiarity with the practice of contemporary peacebuilding; specifically, on rebuilding, or building, social and political infrastructure in fragile and conflict prone states and communities. Students work with international non-governmental organizations, such as Partners Global and RESOLVE; civil society organizations, such as the Washington, DC-based Alliance of Concerned Men; government agencies, such as the U. S. Department of State; and for-profit clients such as Creative Associates International. Topics include civil society building, empowerment of youth and women, economic and political governance, rule of law, human rights, and countering violent extremism. Meets with SIS-793 002.
(Meets with SIS 793 002)
OPEN
203
Wicked Challenge to US Sec
03.00
Shelton-Colby,S
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Special Tuition Rate. A Wicked Challenge to US National Security (3) Students in this practicum study Turkey and develop policy recommendations for the U.S. Government. Specifically, the practicum addresses the deterioration of Turkey's democratic system; the Turkish government's role in Syria, fractious relationship with Turkish and Syrian Kurds and tense relationship with the European Union; Turkey's seemingly warming relationship with Russia and what that means for Turkey's role in NATO; and the tensions in the U.S. relationship with Turkey. Students make policy recommendations for U.S. Department of State officials and identify the pros and cons of each policy recommendation. Meets with SIS-793 003.
(Meets with SIS 793 003)
CLOSED
204
Cultural Diplomacy/Int'l Exch
03.00
Mueller,S
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
Special Tuition Rate. Cultural Diplomacy and International Exchange (3) International exchange programs are an essential component of public diplomacy. Students learn about major actors and resources in the field and study a conceptual framework for evaluating the effectiveness of exchanges. They also focus on efforts to conduct advocacy on behalf of U.S. Department of State sponsored flagship exchange programs, such as the Fulbright Program and the International Visitor Leadership Program, by building partnerships with elected officials. Meets with SIS-793 004.
(Meets with SIS 793 004)
CLOSED
301
Great Power Competition 2.0
03.00
Mancinelli,P
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Great Power Competition 2.0 (3) The Department of Defense is undergoing significant shifts in strategic planning and prioritization to focus on emerging strategic competitors. This practicum focuses on the emerging long-term strategic competition between the United States and other state actors such as Russia and China. Students research and write a research report, provide an executive summary, and present their findings and recommendations to members of the Department of Defense examining some aspect of state-to-state strategic competition in order to aid in shaping its activities across the elements of national power in order to address emerging challenges. Meets with SIS-793 101.
(Meets with SIS 793 101)
CLOSED
302
Multinational Enterprise
03.00
Bocskor,C
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Issues of Multinational Enterprise (3) Students gain experience in the field of international business consulting by undertaking research projects for US and foreign multinational enterprises, giving the clients advice on real-life business and regulatory problems. The Practicum emphasizes research, data presentation and analytic skills, while teaching the students how to work together as a team. Students learn how to manage the clients' demands and expectations while working closely with high-level business executives who take a personal interest in the students' growth and learning experiences. Practicum students also learn new oral and written presentation skills to enhance their resumes. Meets with SIS-793 102.
(Meets with SIS 793 102)
SIS-795
Master's Research Requirement
Permission: department.
CLOSED
001
Media Effects on N Koreans
01.00-03.00
Taylor,A
Books
CLOSED
002
Nafta and U.S. Automobiles
01.00-03.00
Bernhofen,D
Books
CLOSED
003
Welfare State Models/Behavior
01.00-03.00
Silvia,S
Books
CLOSED
004
Military Commissions
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
005
Revolution in Nicaragua & Cuba
01.00-03.00
Quainton,A
Books
CLOSED
006
Chinese Counterinsurgency
01.00-03.00
Belding,W
Books
CLOSED
007
Arab NATO
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
008
Identity Investments
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
009
Preventing Conflict
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
010
Kore Lavi: Hunger in Haiti
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
011
Boycotting 1980 Olympic Games
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
012
US Policy Toward Russia
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
013
Great-Power Politics in Africa
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
014
North Korea's Nuclear Program
01.00-03.00
Hofmann,C
Books
CLOSED
015
Integration in the EU
01.00-03.00
Martin,G
Books
CLOSED
016
The Belt and Road Initiative
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
017
The Multi-Domain Battle
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
018
WE Marg & Dis Comm R of VEO
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
019
Responses-Infectious Diseases
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
020
Perpetual Conflict: Colombia
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
021
Russia: Migration, Sercurity
01.00-03.00
Rudolph,C
Books
CLOSED
022
Environmental Migration
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
023
Planng Post Conflict Transtn
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
024
Pitfalls in US -Russia Rel.
01.00-03.00
Darden,K
Books
CLOSED
025
Social Movemnt Corrupt India
01.00-03.00
Auerbach,A
Books
CLOSED
026
China's Nat'l Sec Challenges
01.00-03.00
Metelits,C
Books
CLOSED
027
Peace With the Taliban
01.00-03.00
Tankel,S
Books
CLOSED
028
Migration Mngmnt and Int'l Neg
01.00-03.00
Sajjad,T
Books
CLOSED
029
Socioeconomics of Radicalizatn
01.00-03.00
Eralp,D
Books
CLOSED
030
Migration and Sex Industry
01.00-03.00
Samarasinghe,V
Books
CLOSED
031
Democracy in Egypt
01.00-03.00
Mokhtari,S
Books
CLOSED
032
Military Change in Limited War
01.00-03.00
Cronin,A
Books
CLOSED
033
N. Korean Deterrence
01.00-03.00
Atzili,B
Books
CLOSED
034
Govt Structure & Fiscal Respon
01.00-03.00
Henning,R
Books
CLOSED
035
Election Violence in Kenya
01.00-03.00
Gregorian,H
Books
CLOSED
036
CT Policy in Failed States
01.00-03.00
Stanaitis,M
Books
CLOSED
037
Women and Urban Peace Process
01.00-03.00
Nuamah,K
Books
SIS-797
Master's Thesis Supervision
Permission: department.
CLOSED
001
Environmental Ethics & Strateg
01.00-06.00
Wapner,P
Books
CLOSED
002
Exploring Islam and Democracy
01.00-06.00
Thompson,E
Books
CLOSED
003
Minors Do Not Just Disappear
01.00-06.00
Shepler,S
Books
SIS-801
Schools of Thought in IR
Restriction: International Relations (PhD).
OPEN
001
03.00
Acharya,A
Books
T
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-802
Comparative & Regional Studies
Restriction: International Relations (PhD).
CANCELLED
001
03.00
Books
T
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
OPEN
002
03.00
LeVan,A
Books
TH
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-806
Quantitative Methods in IR
Restriction: International Relations (PhD).
OPEN
001
03.00
Robinson,R
Books
M
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-808
Pol Analysis for Int'l Affairs
Restriction: International Relations (PhD).
OPEN
001
03.00
Esser,D
Books
TH
11:20AM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-809
Seminar on Adv Research Design
Restriction: PhD in International Relations.
OPEN
002
03.00
Auerbach,A
Books
T
02:30PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
08/28/17
12/16/17
SIS-890
Doctoral Independ Study in IR
Permission: instructor and PhD program director.
CLOSED
001
Bourdieu's Theory of the State
01.00-06.00
Shepler,S
Books
CLOSED
002
International Security in Asia
01.00-06.00
Acharya,A
Books
CLOSED
004
Comparative Social Movements
01.00-06.00
Schneider,C
Books
SIS-898
Doctoral Continuing Enrollment
Restriction: PhD students. Permission: program director.
OPEN
001
01.00-09.00
Weiner,S
Books
SIS-899
Doctoral Dissertation
Restriction: doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy. Permission: program director.
OPEN
001
01.00-09.00
Weiner,S
Books
OPEN
002
01.00-09.00
Conca,K
Books
CLOSED
003
01.00-09.00
Atzili,B
Books
OPEN
004
01.00-09.00
Acharya,A
Books
CLOSED
005
01.00-09.00
Broad,R
Books
CLOSED
006
01.00-09.00
Jackson,P
Books
CLOSED
007
01.00-09.00
Darden,K
Books
CLOSED
008
01.00-09.00
Schneider,C
Books
CLOSED
009
01.00-09.00
Robinson,R
Books
CLOSED
010
01.00-09.00
Gallaher,C
Books
OPEN
011
01.00-09.00
Abu-Nimer,M
Books