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Graduate Course Offering for the Upcoming Semesters

For All Graduate Programs

This table shows what graduate courses are offered during the next four semesters.
This information is for students enrolled in any of the graduate programs at the School of International Relations and Diplomacy at AGS:
M.A., Ph.D., graduate study abroad, certificates and single courses.
For course descriptions, click here.

Note: For students enrolled in the undergraduate study abroad programs (summer, fall or spring), courses included in the curriculum are all offered every semester
Curriculum for the Undergraduate Summer Study Abroad
Curriculum for the Undergraduate Fall or Spring Study Abroad

Spring Semester 2015

Fall Semester 2015

IRD-R-580

Factors and Theories
of Analysis in IR&D

IRD-R-580

Factors and Theories
of Analysis in IR&D

IRD-R-581

Research Methodology
and Design

IRD-R-581

Research Methodology
and Design

IRD-R-682

Foreign Policy Formulation and Diplomacy

IRD-R-583

International Public Law

IRD-E-507

Principles of Economics

IRD-R-684

Current Economic Problems and Policies

IRD-E-514

International Environmental Politics

IRD-E-621

Current Issues in IR&D

IRD-E-602

Strategy and Conflict Resolution

IRD-E-504

Global Communications, Media and International Affairs

IRD-E-618

NGOs: Principles and Management

IRD-E-619

NGOs: An International Perspective

IRD-EA-672

Russian Politics

IRD-E-620

Diplomacy and International Law

IRD-EA-660

South Asia: Geopolitics Since WWII

IRD-E-502

Geopolitics of Religion

IRD-E-699

Internship-for-credit

IRD-EA-630

A History of the Modern Middle East

IRD-T-690

Research and Proposal Tutorial

IRD-EA-640

Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa

IRD-T-691

Thesis and Defense Tutorial

IRD-E-613

Issues in US Foreign Policy

IRD-T-692

Foreign Policy Tutorial*

IRD-E-699

Internship-for-credit

 

 

IRD-T-690

Research and Proposal Tutorial

IRD-T-691

Thesis and Defense Tutorial

IRD-T-692

Foreign Policy Tutorial*

Spring Semester 2016

 

Fall Semester 2016

 

IRD-R-580

Factors and Theories of Analysis in IR&D

IRD-R-580

Factors and Theories of Analysis in IR&D

IRD-R-581

Research Methodology and Design

IRD-R-581

Research Methodology and Design

IRD-R-682

Foreign Policy Formulation and Diplomacy

IRD-R-583

International Public Law

IRD-E-507

Principles of Economics

IRD-R-684

Current Economic Problems and Policies

IRD-EA-661

Asia Pacific: Geopolitics Since WWII

IRD-E-621

Current Issues in IR&D

IRD-E-617

Gender, Militarization and War

IRD-E-620

Diplomacy and International Law

IRD-E-618

NGOs: Principles and Management

IRD-E-616

Extreme Crisis Situation: Terrorism, Government and Media

IRD-EA-671

European Union as a Global Actor

IRD-E-619

NGOs: An International Perspective

IRD-E-601

Theory and Origins of Conflict

IRD-E-501

Geopolitics

IRD-E-699

Internship-for-credit

IRD-EA-631

Conflict in the Modern Middle East

IRD-T-690

Reseach and Proposal Tutorial

IRD-EA-641

The Scramble for African Resources

IRD-T-691

Thesis and Defense Tutorial

IRD-E-699

Internship-for-credit

IRD-T-692

Foreign Policy Tutorial*

IRD-T-690

Research and Proposal Tutorial

 

 

IRD-T-691

Thesis and Defense Tutorial

 

 

IRD-T-692

 Foreign Policy Tutorial*

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abbreviations:

  • R: Required course
  • E: Elective course
  • EA: Elective Area course
  • T: Tutorial (required course pending track)

*Note that the Foreign Policy Tutorial offered Spring 2015 to Fall 2015 (half-time pace for a total of 3 credits) is required for all incoming MA students, and is an elective option for continuing MA students. For those incoming MA students who select the foreign policy paper track, the second year of the Foreign Policy Tutorial will also be required among other elements for successfully finishing that track. This is in alternative to the research thesis project track and tutorials.

*Note that a minimum of 5 students is required to offer a course. AGS reserves the right to amend this schedule until the first week of the semester in question.

 
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23-24 April 2015
Paris

"The Influence and Role
of NGOs in Global Governance:
From Grassroots to Global"

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Certificate in NGO Management

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