Courses for Public Policy and International Affairs

Courses for Public Policy and International Affairs


Core Courses

    POLISCI.500 — Public Policy and International Affairs
    POLISCI.507 — Ethics, Politics and Public Policy
    POLISCI.525 — International Law and Organizations
    POLISCI.535 — International Political Economy
    POLISCI.556 — Environmental Policy
    POLISCI.592 — Research Methods in Public Policy

Elective Courses

    POLISCI.510 — U.S. Foreign Policy
    POLISCI.515 — Human Right and Public Policy
    POLISCI.517 — Immigration Policy
    POLISCI.522 — Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
    POLISCI.529 — Law, Morality and War
    POLISCI.536 — Sustainable Economic Development
    POLISCI.557 — Issues in Global Environmental Policy
    POLISCI.562 — Information Technology and World Politics
    POLISCI.572 — U.S.-China Relations
    POLISCI.578 — Politics of Emerging Nations
    POLISCI.579 — Politics of Post-Industrial Nations
    POLISCI.597 — Internship
    POLISCI.599 — Thesis

All Public Policy and International Affairs program courses are taught by political science graduate faculty, who are seasoned faculty with doctoral degrees and extensive subject expertise. M.A. faculty provide an active learning experience and employ a variety of teaching methods.