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Course Offering for the Upcoming Semesters

This table shows what courses are offered during the next four semesters.
For course descriptions, click here.

Fall Semester 2017

Spring Semester 2018

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-684

Current Economic Policy Issues

IRD-R-583

International Public Law

IRD-E-503

Geopolitics II

IRD-R-682

Foreign Policy Formulation and Diplomacy

IRD-E-617

Gender, Militarization, and War

IRD-E-507 

Principle of Economics

IRD-E-619

NGOs: an International Perspective

IRD-E-601

Theory and Origins of Global Conflict

IRD-EA-631

Conflict in the Modern Middle East I

IRD-E-616

Extreme-Crisis Situation: Terrorism, Government, and Media

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IRD-EA-641

Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa

IRD-E-619

NGOs: Principles and Management

IRD-EA-672

Russian Politics

IRD-EA-632

Conflict in the Modern Middle East vvvvvII

IRD-E-699

Internship-for-credit

IRD-EA-670

European Foreign Poliies

IRD-T-690

Research and Proposal Thesis Tutorial

IRD-E-699

Internship-for-credit

IRD-T-691

Writing and Defense Thesis Tutorial

IRD-T-690

Research and Proposal Thesis Tutorial

 

 

 IRD-T-691

Writing and Defense Thesis Tutorial 

Fall Semester 2018

Spring Semester 2019

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-684

Current Economic Policy Issues

IRD-583

International Public Law

IRD-E-502

Geopolitics of Religion

IRD-R-682

Foreign Policy Formulation and Diplomacy

IRD-E-514

International Environmental Politics

IRD-E-507

Principles of Economics

IRD-E-618

NGOs: an International Perspective

IRD-E-602

Strategy and Conflict Resolution

IRD-EA-641

The Scramble for African Resources

IRD-E-610

Post-modernity and IR&D

IRD-EA-671

The EU as a Global Player

IRD-E-619

NGOs: Principles and Management

IRD-E-699

Internship-for-credit

IRD-EA-613

Issues in the US Foreign Policies

IRD-T-690

Research and Proposal Thesis Tutorial

IRD-EA-660

East-Asia: Geopolitics Since WWII

IRD-T-691

Writing and Defense Thesis Tutorial

IRD-E-699

Internship-for-credit

 

 

IRD-T-690

Research and Proposal Thesis Tutorial

 

 

 IRD-T-691

 Writing and Defense Thesis Tutorial

Abbreviations:

  • R: Required Course

  • E: Elective Course

  • EA: Elective Area Course

  • T: Tutorial (Required Course)

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

Theory and Origins of Global Conflict
 
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M.A.in International Relations
Class of 2014

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