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Master Course List

Required:

Introductory Courses — First Year (6 credits)

  • An Introduction to the United Nations: Theory, Institutions, Processes and Policies
  • Theory and Method and the Study of Global Affairs

Exit Level Seminar — Final Year (3 credits)

  • Capstone Seminar in United Nations Studies

Electives:

Required:

  • Introductory Courses — First Year (6 credits)
  • An Introduction to the United Nations: Theory, Institutions, Processes and Policies
  • Theory and Method and the Study of Global Affairs
  • Exit Level Seminar — Final Year (3 credits)
  • Capstone Seminar in United Nations Studies

Electives:

  • Introduction to International Law
  • Theory and Method in the Study of Conflict Resolution
  • Human Rights and the United Nations System
  • Theories of War and Peace
  • UN and International Organizations
  • Theories of Democratic Transitions: Applications from the Arab Spring, Europe, and Latin America
  • Global Data and Statistics
  • Public Diplomacy, Youth and Counter-terrorism
  • Dynamics of Wartime Violence
  • Human Rights, Genocide and Personal Security
  • State Building after Civil Wars: The Role of the United Nations and the International Community
  • International Legitimacy and Global Justice
  • Comparative Jurisprudence: Rights in a Globalizing Legal Culture
  • Promoting Good Governance in Latin America: Perspectives on Democracy, Representation, and Rule of Law
  • Negotiation, Law and Policy: Managing Conflict in Public Contexts
  • Gender Equality, Women's Empowerment, and the United Nations
  • Human Rights, Genocide and Personal Security
  • Ideological, Religious and Ethnic Conflict and Reconciliation
  • Post-Communist Transnationalism and Good Governance in Eastern Europe
  • Transnational Migration: Increasing Equity and Gender Equality in the International Labor Force
  • Gender, Islam and Islamic Law: Contemporary Perspectives
  • Globalization, Development and the UN
  • The Ideology and Politics of Genocide
  • Comparative Constitutional Law and the United Nations
  • International Women's Leadership and the UN
  • Law of Armed Conflict
  • Globalization Development and the United Nations
  • Global Knowledge: Epistemology, Methodology, Policy
  • Comparative International Law and the United Nations
  • The United Nations and the Political Economy of Development

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