Graduate Class Schedule
*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.
Call for Papers
AGS Graduate Student
23-24 April 2015
"The Influence and Role
of NGOs in Global Governance:
From Grassroots to Global"
Certificate in NGO Management
One-year Part-time Program
Courses co-taught by the France Director of Human Rights Watch
Douglas Yates USA
Every day the news is filled with stories about foreign leaders, wars, peace talks, and tragedies. Our students learn how to fit together those pieces like a puzzle, and through the lens of international relations, understand the world as it is.