Concentrations: Degree Programs

Core courses taken in excess of the required number may be used toward the concentration. Core courses taken within the required amount may not be used toward the concentration requirement.

Conflict and Human Rights

  • American Security and Sub-Saharan Africa (26:478:520)
  • Anthropology and War (26:070:530; 26:478:530)
  • Civil Resistance (26:478:577; 26:920:577)
  • Culture and Globalization (26:070:599; 26:478:599)
  • Culture, Political Violence, and Globalization (26:070:573; 26:478:573)
  • Gender Global Politics (26:790:540)
  • Genocide (26:070:598; 26:478:598)
  • Global Justice (26:070:575; 26:478:575)
  • History of Africa (26:478:topics)
  • International Human Rights Law (23:600:538)
  • Law and the Arab Spring (23:600:547:01)
  • Media and American War: Research Seminar (26:510:532)
  • Nationalism and Ethic Conflict (26:478:topics)
  • Nuremberg Trials and Their Legacy (26:478:topics)
  • Religion, Politics, and Global Affairs (26:478:topics)
  • Social Movements and Globalization (26:478:585; 26:920:585)
  • Strategic Non-Violent Conflict (26:478:576; 26:920:576)

Global Business and Economics

  • Corporate Innovation and International Business (26:478:596; 26:553:604)
  • Developmental Economics (26:220:539)
  • Economics of Immigration, Gender and Family (26:220:505; 26:478:505)
  • Fundamentals of Economics in Global Affairs (26:478:512; 26:220:512)
  • Global Political Economy (26:478:541; 26:790:541; 26:553:607)
  • History of International Business (26:478:589; 26:478:601)
  • International Finance/International Economics II (26:478:519; 26:220:519)
  • International Trade (26:478:518; 26:220:518)
  • Macroeconomic Theory (26:478:503; 26:220:502)
  • Microeconomic Theory (26:220:501)
  • National Innovation Policy and International Business (26:478:593; 26:553:605)
  • Theory of International Business (26:478:597; 26:553:602)

Global Governance

  • Atrocities, War Crimes and International Law (26:478:523)
  • Comparative Law (23:600:671)
  • Evolution of the Global System (26:478:508; 26:790:508)
  • Evolving Diplomacy and Global Politics (26:478:509)
  • Global Climate Change: Science, Law and Economics (Law School)
  • Global Environmental Issues (26:070:538; 26:438:538; 26:790:538)
  • Global Governance (26:478:537; 26:790:537)
  • Global Health (45:705:652)
  • Global Political Economy (26:478:541; 26:790:541; 26:553:607)
  • Globalization and Cities (20:834:617)
  • International Comparative Jurisprudence (26:478:526)
  • International Law (26:478:504, 26:790:538; 26:070:572)**
  • International Law and World Order (23:600:638)**
  • International Legitimacy and Global Justice (26:478:525)**
  • Introduction to International Law (26:478:524)
  • Nation Building (20:834:504)
  • Nationalism and Ethic Conflict (26:478:522)
  • Nuremberg Trials and their Legacy (26:478:topics)
  • Power, Institutions, and Norms in Global Affairs (26:478:517)
  • Theory of International Relations (26:478:topics)

**(note:  dual J.D. / M.S. or Ph.D. students should take all courses in 23:600 as the Law School will not accept 26:478) [line]

Human and Environmental Security

  • American Security and Sub-Saharan Africa (26:478:520)
  • Anthropology and War (26:070:530; 26:478:530)
  • Atrocities, War Crimes & International Law (26:478:523)
  • Culture, Political Violence, and Globalization (26:070:573; 26:478:573)
  • Environmental Conflict (26:735:525)
  • Ethics, Security, and Global Affairs (26:478:514)
  • EU as a Security Actor (26:478:513)
  • Genocide (26:070:598; 26:478:598)
  • Global Climate Change: Science, Law, and Economics (23:600:610)
  • Global Environmental Issues (26:070:538; 26:438:538; 26:790:538)
  • Global Risk Assessment (26:478:560; 27:202:560)
  • Globalization and Security (26:478:595)
  • Human Security Seminar (26:478:516)
  • Immigration and Security in Europe and the US  (26:478:515)
  • Modern Political Terrorism (26:478:574)
  • Religion, Politics and Global Affairs (26:478:topics)
  • Spatial Risk Assessment  (27:202:551; 26:478:560)
  • Terrorism and International Law Seminar (20:600:772)

Global Policy (check back for more courses in this field as it develops)

  • American Security and Sub-Saharan Africa (26:478:520)
  • Ethics, Security and Global Affairs (26:478:514)
  • Global Data and Statistics (26:478:511)
  • Global Health (45:705:652)
  • Global Knowledge: Epistemology, Methodology, Policy (26:478:topics)
  • Global Policy Seminar (26:478:510)
  • Global Risk Assessment (26:478:560; 27:202:560)
  • International Comparative Jurisprudence (26:478:526)
  • Introduction to International Law (26:478:524)
  • International Law (26:478:504, 26:790:538; 26:070:572)**
  • National Innovation Policy and International Business (26:478:593; 26:553:605)
  • Spatial Risk Assessment  (27:202:551; 26:478:560)

**(note:  dual J.D. / M.S. or Ph.D. students should take all courses in 23:600 as the Law School will not accept 26:478)    

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