The Space Policy Institute

Space Policy Institute

Graduate Programs Brochure

brochure cover: Elliott School Graduate Programs

If you are looking for a vibrant academic community — one with a global perspective and a commitment to the public good — then look no further than Washington, DC, and GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs.


The elective field consists of a minimum of 9 credit hours, and is selected to complement the background and interests of the individual student. Courses composing the elective field may be offered through a different Elliott School program, a department in another college within the University, or a combination of the two. Up to 3 credits may be taken as Professional Skills courses (IAFF 6502-6503). Examples of representative fields include:

  • Environmental Policy
  • International Business
  • International Development
  • International Economics
  • International Finance
  • International Health Policy
  • Intellectual Property Protection
  • Science Ethics
  • Security Policy
  • Space Policy
  • Technology Management
  • Regional Fields of Study:
    • East Asia
    • Western Europe
    • Central and Eastern Europe
    • Russia/Commonwealth of Independent States
    • Middle East
    • Latin America