Course List

Summer 2017

Summer 2017 Graduate Course List

Graduate Certificate Course List

Skill Requirement (3 credits)

Select one of the following courses:

  • POS 5785: Writing Professionally
  • ISS 5388: Communicating Analytically

Core Requirement (6 credits)

Select one of the following courses:

  • GIS 5620: Surveillance, Intelligence, and International Relations
  • POS 5706: Research Methodology
  • SYA 6305: Research Methods I

Select one of the following courses:

  • INR 5007: Seminar in International Politics
  • INR 5105: American Foreign Policy
  • INR 5315: Foreign Policy Analysis
  • INR 5615: Research Design in International Relations
  • INR 6107: U.S. Foreign Policy: Processes and Institutions
  • INR 6338: Seminar in Strategic Studies

National Security Studies (3 credits)

  • ISS 5135: National Security Essentials

Electives (6 credits)

Select two of the following courses:

  • AFH 5905: Readings in African History
  • AFH 5935: Topics in African History
  • AMH 5905: Readings in American History
  • AMH 5935: Topics in American History
  • ANG 6303 Comparative Feminisms
  • ANG 6339: Seminar on Latin America
  • ANT 6302: Gender Identity in Comparative Perspective
  • CCJ 6040: Comparative Crime and Criminal Justice Systems
  • CCJ 6056: History of the American Criminal Justice System
  • CCJ 6676: Transnational Crime and National Security
  • CCJ 6935: Special Topics
  • CJL 6421: Legal Issues for Criminal Justice
  • CPO 5036: Politics of Development
  • CPO 5325: Politics of the Caribbean
  • CPO 5936: Seminar in Comparative Political Parties
  • CPO 6092: Seminar in Comparative Political Culture
  • CPO 6105: Politics of the European Union
  • CPO 6106: Seminar in European Politics
  • CPO 6206: Seminar in African Politics
  • CPO 6307: Seminar on South American Politics
  • CPO 6316: Seminar in Latin American Democratic Institutions
  • CPO 6350: Seminar in Brazilian Politics
  • CPO 6376: Seminar in Central American Politics
  • CPO 6407: Seminar in Politics of the Middle East
  • DSC 6020: Terrorism and Homeland Security
  • ECO 5709: The World Economy
  • ECO 6225: Economics of Asset Markets
  • ECO 6416: Applied Quantitative Methods in Economics
  • ECO 7206: Macroeconomic Theory I
  • ECO 7207: Macroeconomic Theory II
  • ECO 7236: Money, Banking and Monetary Policy
  • ECO 7424: Economic Metric Methods I
  • ECO 7425: Economic Metric Methods II
  • ECO 7705: International Trade
  • ECO 7716: International Money
  • ECP 5707: International Economic Problems
  • ECS 5005: Comparative Economic Systems
  • ECS 5027: Economic Development of Emerging Nations
  • ECS 5406: Latin American Economies
  • ECS 6436: Economics of Caribbean Migration
  • ECS 7015: Development Economics Theory
  • ECS 7026: Development Economics Planning and Policy
  • ECS 7405: Economics of Latin America
  • ECS 7435: Economics of the Caribbean
  • ECS 7445: Economics of Central America
  • EUH 5905: Readings in European History
  • EUH 5935: Topics in European History
  • FIN 6644: Global Financial Strategy
  • GEA 6409: Landscapes of Violence and Healing in the Americas
  • GEO 5415: Topics in Social Geography
  • GEO 5557: Globalization
  • GEO 6473: Space, Place and Identity
  • GIS 5935: Topics in Geographic Information Systems
  • GIS 5038: Remote Sensing
  • HIS 5939: Special Topics
  • HIS 6059: Historical Methods
  • INR 5036: Politics of Globalization
  • INR 5062: War, Peace and Conflict Resolution in International Relations
  • INR 5086: Islam in International Relations
  • INR 5087: Ethnicity and the Politics of Development
  • INR 5255: Seminar in African Development
  • INR 5275: International Relations of the Middle East
  • INR 5409: International Law I
  • INR 5507: International Organizations I
  • INR 5607: International Relations and Development
  • INR 5609: Dynamics of International Relations in the 20th Century
  • INR 5934: Topics in International Politics
  • INR 6089: International Relations and Human Rights
  • INR 6209: Comparative Foreign Policy of Latin America
  • INR 6266: Russian Foreign Policy
  • INR 6406: International Law II
  • INR 6605: Contemporary International Systems
  • INR 6705: Seminar in International Political Economy
  • INR 6706: Political Economy of International Relations
  • INR 6936: Seminar in Inter-American Politics
  • LAH 5905: Readings in Latin American History
  • LAH 5935: Topics in Latin American History
  • LAW 6251: Comparative Constitutional Law
  • LAW 6255: Comparative Law - Constitutions and the Judicial Process
  • LAW 6280: European Union Law
  • LAW 6264: Immigration Law
  • LAW 6103: International Criminal Law
  • LAW 7268: International Environmental Law
  • LAW 6263: International Human Rights Law
  • LAW 6282: Law and Politics in Latin America
  • LAW 6260: Public International Law
  • LAW 6506: Foreign Relations and National Security Law
  • LAW 6936: Topics - Seminar in National Security and the Constitution
  • LAW 7930: Special Topics in Law
  • PAD 6701: Quantitative Methods in Public Administration
  • POS 6725: Formal Political Modeling
  • POS 6918: Seminar in Political Science Research
  • REL 5025: Myth and Religion
  • REL 5144: Women and Religion
  • REL 5149: Religion, Violence, and Conflict
  • REL 5352: Religions of East Asia
  • REL 5488: Theology and Liberation Movements
  • REL 6322: Seminar in Western Religions
  • REL 6395: Seminar in Asian Religions
  • REL 6442: Religion in the Contemporary World
  • SYD 5045: Population and Society
  • SYD 6236: International Migration and Refugees
  • SYD 6705: Comparative Analysis of Ethnicity and Race
  • SYG 6932: Special Topics in Disaster Studies
  • SYO 6306: Political Sociology
  • SYP 5447: Development and Post-Development
  • SYP 6306: Comparative Social Movements
  • SYP 6907: Comparative and Global Social Change
  • WOH 5237: The African Diaspora Since the End of the Slave Trade