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Weekly Class Schedule

Spring Semester 2017

January 25th to May 23rd, 2017

Weekday & Time

Course ID and Name

Type*

Professor

Mon

5.00 pm - 8.00 pm

IRD-E-504:
Global Communication, Media, and International Affairs

E

Joav Toker

Tue

10.30 am - 1.30 pm

IRD-R-580:
Factors and Theories of Analysis in IR&D

R

Ruchi Anand

1.30 pm - 4.30 pm

IRD-EA-660:
South Asia: Geopolitics Since WWII

E

Ambassador Dominique Dreyer

4.30 pm - 7.30 pm

IRD-E-507:
Principles of Economics

E

Bertrand de Largentaye

Wed

10.00 am - 1.00 pm

IRD-R-581:
Research Methodology and Design

R

Douglas Yates

2.00 pm - 5.00 pm

IRD-E-602:
Strategy and Conflict Resolution

E

Douglas Yates

Thu

10.30 am - 1.30 pm

IRD-E-514:
International Environmental Politics

E

Ruchi Anand

Fri

 

9.30 am - 12.30 pm

IRD-R-682:
Foreign Policy Formulation and Diplomacy

R

Ambassador Michael Einik

1.00 pm - 4.00 pm

AGS-E-619:
NGOs: Principles and Management

E

Larry Kilman

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

R

Thesis Advisors, Members of the Academic Committee

IRD-T-691:
Thesis and Defense Tutorial

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

Note: A minimum of 5 students is typically required to offer a course. Schedule may be subject to change during the first week of term.

 
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Ryan MillsUnited States
Study Abroad in Paris
Fall 2015 

quote leftFrom current issues in the Middle East taught together by an Iranian historian and an Israelli journalist, to NGO management taught by the director of Human Rights Watch in France, every class was fascinating and taught by some of the most impressive people I could ever have imagined. I immediately felt at home in this small but active AGS community because, although students and professors are all from different parts of the world, everyone takes the time to understand each other's perspective. Overall, I would recommend AGS to anyone with a thirst for intellectual stimulation and a drive to not only understand the world of international relations, but engage in it..quote right

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