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Graduate Class Schedule

Spring Semester 2015

January 26th to June 30th, 2015

Weekday & Time

Course ID and Name

Type*

Professor

Mon

1.00 pm-
4.00 pm

IRD-R-682
Foreign Policy Formulation and Diplomacy

R

Wilfried Bolewski

Tue

10.00 am-
1.00 pm

IRD-R-580

Factors and Theories of Analysis in IR&D [1]  

 

R

Ruchi Anand

1.00 pm-
4.00 pm

IRD-E-660
South Asia: Geopolitics Since WWII [2]

E

Dominique Dreyer

4.00 pm-
7.00 pm

IRD-E-507
Principles of Economics [3]

E

Bertrand de Largentaye

Wed

 

10.00 am-
1.00 pm

IRD-R-581
Research Methodology and Design [1]

R

Douglas Yates

1.00 pm-
4.00 pm

IRD-E-602
Strategy and Conflict Resolution

E

Douglas Yates

Thu

 

10.30 am-
12.00 pm

IRD-T-692
Foreign Policy Tutorial [4]

E/R

Wilfried Bolewski

1.00 pm-
4.00 pm

IRD-E-514
International Environmental Politics

E

Ruchi Anand

4.00 pm-
7.00 pm

IRD-E-672
Russian Politics

E

Anton Koslov

Fri

1.00 pm-
4.00 pm

IRD-E-618
NGOs: Principles and Management [5]

E

Jean-Marie Fardeau, Solène Edouard

Meeting times to be determined by advisor and advisee; theory and methodology meeting times to be announced during the semester.

IRD-T-690
Research and Proposal Tutorial [6]

R

Thesis Advisors, Members of the Academic Committee

Meeting times to be determined by advisor and advisee; mock defense meeting times to be announced during the semester.

IRD-T-691
Thesis and Defense Tutorial [7]

R

Thesis Advisors, Members of the Academic Committee

Approval of entry to the course and meeting time for the workshop to be determined by the Internship Director.

IRD-E-699
Internship-for-Credit

E

Internship Director - Ruchi Anand

*R: Required; E: Elective; E/R: Required course at half-time pace for all students entering the MA program as of Fall 2014 and after

1: Required foundational course for entering MA and PhD students

2: One of two elective courses required for a respective Area Concentration in the MA (there are four: Middle East, Asia, Europe, Africa)

3: Required for all incoming and continuing students to eventually take IRD-R-684 "Current Economic Problems and Policies" (unless otherwise noted by the administration)

4: Required for continuing MA students from Fall 2014 to Spring 2015, and entering MA students from Spring 2015 to Fall 2015 (half-time course pace)

5: One of two elective courses required for the certificate in NGO Management (IRD-E-619 "NGOs: An International Perspective" to be offered in Fall 2015)

6: Required for those continuing MA students pursuing the research thesis track at the proposal stage

7: Required for those continuing MA students pursuing the research thesis track at the thesis submission and defense stage

*A minimum of 5 students is typically required to offer a course.

 
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