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Weekly Class Schedule

Fall Semester 2015

September 3rd, 2015 to January 22nd, 2016

Weekday & Time

Course ID and Name

Type*

Professor

Mon

1.00 pm -
4.00 pm

IRD-R-621
Current Issues in International Relations and Diplomacy

E

Steve McGiffen

5.00 pm - 8.00 pm

IRD-EA-630:
A History of the Modern Middle East

E

Mariam Habibi

Tue

10.00 am -
1.00 pm

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

R

Ruchi Anand

4.00 pm -
7.00 pm

IRD-R-684:
Current Economic Policy Issues

R

Bertrand de Largentaye

Wed

10.00 am -
1.00 pm

IRD-R-581:
Research Methodology and Design

R

Douglas Yates

1.00 pm -
4.00 pm

IRD-E-640:
Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa

E

Douglas Yates

Thu

10.00 am -
1.00 pm

IRD-T-692:
Foreign Policy Tutorial

E/R

Ruchi Anand

Fri

9.00 am -
12.30 pm

IRD-R-583:
International Public Law

E

Régis Bismuth

1.00 pm - 5.00 pm

AGD-SMHP-310:
History, Politics and Diplomacy of France

UG/R

Douglas Yates

1.00 pm - 4.00 pm

IRD-E-619:
NGOs: An International Perspective

E

Jean-Marie Fardeau, Solène Edouard, Ruchi Anand

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; UGR: Undergraduate Required Course

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

 
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M.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy
Class of 2014

quote leftAGS brought me closer to the world, and to those multinational perspectives that always tended to evade a simple islander. My own ideals were tested and defended on a daily basis, as I was challenged by almost everyone, from German, Russian and Ghanaian classmates to Ambassadors and professors, who have time and again embraced the practical and academic realms of life. Paris' hard-knock life style, AGS' academic structure and my own drive to succeed have definitely provided me with the foundation to give working life the pursuit it deserves.quote right

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