International Development Studies Program of Study

To earn your Master of Arts in International Development Studies you must successfully complete our 40 credit program which includes 10 credits of core courses, 12 credits of Analytical courses, and 18 credits in an Area of Specialization. 

 

Master of Arts in International Development Studies Program of Study

 

IAFF 6121 Cornerstone (First Semester)

IAFF 6122 Development Policy and Practice (Second Semester)

IAFF 6137 Capstone Workshop (Third Semester)

IAFF 6139 Capstone (Fourth Semester)

 

The Capstone is the culminating experience  of the IDS program, allowing students to demonstrate the skills and knowledge they have gained in their program of study.  In their Capstone projects, students engage in a real-world development consultancy which provides invaluable professional experience and networking opportunities.  Student teams seek out client organizations to work on a project that is relevant to their career goals and meets an important need for the organization. Capstone groups typically engage in overseas fieldwork as part of the experience.

Global Capstone Project

As a program generally geared to practitioners, most IDS students do not complete a thesis.  However, some students may choose to do so because it is expected of MA programs in their countries or it is expected of a discipline in which they may want to pursue a Doctorate.  For this reason, the IDS program allows students to do a thesis project as part of their area of specialization. Writing a thesis requires the student to find an advisor among faculty in the University, and it counts towards 6 credits of your 18 credit area of specialization.  Deciding to write a thesis does not absolve students from completing the Capstone project, which is required for the degree.

 

Thesis Option

Area of Specialization

Students must fulfill 18 hours of coursework for a self-designed area of specialization, developed in coordination with their advisor when they meet to discuss their Plan of Study. You may find a list of courses for your chosen Area of Specialization in the GW Bulletin.

Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

EMSE 6305 Crisis & Emergency Management

EMSE 6315 Management of Risk and Vulnerability for Hazards and Terrorism  

EMSE 6330 Management of Terrorism Preparedness Response

IAFF 6118 Special Topics in International Affairs

  • Gender, War and Peace
  • Reinventing the United Nations
  • Nuclear Security Policy
  • Nuclear Weapons
  • International Law and Use of Force  
  • Science of Nuclear Materials

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development Studies

  • Human Trafficking
  • Care of Children in Complex Emergencies
  • Violence, Gender & Humanity Assistance
  • Power, Politics and Development in Africa

IAFF 6163 Transnational Security

IAFF 6171 Intro to Conflict Resolution  

IAFF 6186 Special Topics in Security Policy Studies

  • International Peacekeeping
  • Insurgency & Counterinsurgency
  • Responses to Terrorism  
  • Methods for Defense Analysis  
  • Conflict Prevention & Early Warning
  • Military Technology Assessment
  • Stabilization & Peacebuilding  
  • Political Risk Analysis  
  • Energy Security  
  • International Organized Crime  
  • Countering Violent Extremism

IAFF 6358 Security in the Americas  

IAFF 6378 Special Topics in Middle East Studies

  • US Security Policy in the Middle East
  • Religion and Politics in Post-Revolution Iran
  • Political Economy of the Middle East
  • Militaries and Politics in the Middle East
  • Lebanon and Syria

IAFF 6502-6503 Professional Skills (1 credit)

  • Building Resilient Communities  
  • Project Mgmt & Eval for Security  
  • Tech for Intl Crisis Response  
  • Conflict/Corrupt: Resource Curse  

MGT 6215 Conflict Management and Negotiations

PSC 6349 International Security Politics

SMPA 6274 Media and War  

Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

ANTH 6301 Anthropology of Development

ANTH 6302 Issues in Development  

ANTH 633 Research Methods in Development Anthropology

ANTH 6391 Anthropology and Contemporary Problems

  • War and Memory
  • Capitalism and Neoliberalism
  • Globally Shared Heritage 

ANTH 6505 Medical Anthropology  

ANTH 6508 Ethics and Cultural Property

ANTH 6707 Issues in Middle East Anthropology

  • Middle East Anthropoligy: Urban Infrastructure
  • Anthropology of State Governance in the Middle East

GEOG 6208 Land Use/Urban Transportation

GEOG 6224 Political Geography

GEOG 6232 Migration & Development  

GEOG 6243 Urban Geography  

GEOG 6244 Urban Sustainability

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development

  • Gender and Development
  • Gender and Economic Development
  • Power, Politics and Development in Africa
  • Care of Children in Complex Emergencies
  • Youth and Development
  • Local Government, Decentralization, and Development  

IAFF 6338 Special Topics in European and Eurasian Studies

  • Nationalism in Russia and Eurasia
  • Central Asia: Security, Politics, Society

IAFF 6358 Special Topics in Latin American and Hemispheric Studies

  • OAS & Democracy in the Americas
  • Economic and Social Development of Latin America

IAFF 6364 Religion and Society in the Middle East

IAFF 6378 Special Topics in Middle East Studies

  • Religion and Politics in Post Revolution Iran
  • Turkish Politics and Society

IAFF 6502 Professional Skills (1 credit)

●     Cross Cultural Communications

●     Participatory Planning  

PHIL 6290 Human Rights, Ethics & Public Policy  

SOC 6245 Race Relations

SOC 6248 Race and Urban Redevelopment 

Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

GEOG 6224 Political Geography

HIST 6050 Modernization, Imperalism, Globalization

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development Studies

  • Democracy & Governance Development
  • Civil Society and Development
  • Local Government, Decentralization and Development  
  • Private Sector Development
  • Poverty and Bottom-Up Development
  • M&E for Foreign Assistance Programs

IAFF 6198 Special Topics in International Trade and Investment Policy

  • Development and Trade Policy in LDCs

IAFF 6208 Communication in Modern Diplomacy

IAFF 6502 Professional Skills (1 credit)

  • Role of the Embassy in Foreign Policy

PPPA 6048 Financing State and Local Government

PPPA 6085 Special Topics

  • Quantitative Modeling for Public Policy Analysis
  • Innovation in the Public Sector
  • Nonprofit Cross-boundary Leadership

PMGT 6401 Fundamentals in Political Management 

PMGT 6410 Grassroots Engagement

PMGT 6422 State and Intergovernmental Politics

PMGT 6490 Assessing Political Risk  

PSC 6336 Political Economy of Developing Areas

PSC 6346 US Foreign Policy-Making

PSC 6347 US Foreign Policy  

PSC 6349 International Security Politics

PSC 6364 Comparative Governments and Politics of Central and Eastern Europe

PSC 6370 Politics of the China

PSC 6377 Comparative Politics of the Middle East

PSC 6379 Comparative Politics of Africa

PSC 6383 Comparative Politics of Latin America

PSC 6388 Special Topics in Comparative Politics

  • State and Society in East Asia
  • Politics and Policy in Asia
  • Theories of Political Development
  • Nationalism and Nation Building

PSC 6439 International Political Economy

PSC 6465 International Politics of Central & Eastern Europe            

PSC 6478 International Relations of the Middle East

PSC 6484 International Relations of Latin America                                                         PSC 8334 Comparative Democracy and Democratization

SMPA 6204 Strategic Political Communication

SMPA 6208 Politics and PR Fundamentals

SMPA 6270 Topics in Media & Public Affairs

  • Media in Developing World
  • Communication in Modern Diplomacy

SMPP 6290 Special Topics

  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Strategy, Global Markets and Policy

WGSS 6240 Women and Public Policy

WGSS 6241 Women and the Law  

Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

ECON 6217 Survey of Economics

ECON 6219 Managerial Economics

ECON 6237 Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources

ECON 6250 Survey of Economic Development

ECON 6255 Economics of Technological Change

ECON 6280 Survey of International Economics

ECON 6283 Survey of International Trade Theory and Policy

ECON 6284 Survey of International Macroeconomics & Finance Theory & Policy

ECON 6295 Special Topics in Economics

  • Econ Analysis International Trade Law  
  • Economic Forecasting  
  • Applied Behavioral Economics  

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development Studies

  • Private Sector Development
  • Poverty and Bottom-up Development
  • Gender and Economic Development
  • Climate Change and Sustainable Development

IAFF 6198 Special Topics in International Trade and Investment Policy

  • Development and Trade Policy in LDCs

IAFF 6358 Special Topics in Latin American and Hemispheric Studies

  • Brazil in the Global Arena  
  • Argentina in the Global Arena
  • Economic and Social Development of Latin America

IAFF 6378 Special Topics in Middle East Studies

  • Political Economy of the Middle East
  • Oil:Industry, Economy, Society  

IAFF 6502-6503 Professional Skills  (1 credit)

  • Analyzing International Economic Data
  • Mobile Phones for International Development
  • Art & Practice of Global Investing

SMPP 6290 Special Topics in Strategic Management

  • Public Private Partnerships  
  • Strategy, Global Markets and Politics
  • Strategy and Management of Countries in Economic Transitions
  • Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Today's Market

Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

EDUC 6640 Special Topics in International Education

  • Gender in International Education and Development
  • UNESCO: 21st Century Agenda Topics
  • Inequality in International Higher Education

IAFF 6102 Global Gender Policy   

IAFF 6118 Special Topics in International Affairs

  • Gender, War, and Peace  
  • Global Gender Research Methods for Practitioners

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development

  • Gender and Development
  • Gender and Economic Development
  • Human Trafficking
  • Care of Children in Complex Emergencies
  • Violence, Gender and Humanitarian Assistance  
  • Gender, Disaster and Development

IAFF 6186 Special Topics in Security Policy Studies

  • Identity and CVE

IAFF 6503 Professional Skills (1 credit)

  • Gender Advisor: Roles & Skills 

MGT 6290 Special Topics

  • Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership  

WGSS 6220 Fundamentals-Feminist Theory

WGSS 6221 Research Issues-Womens Studies

WGSS 6230 Global Feminisms  

WGSS 6238 Feminist Ethics/Pol Implications

WGSS 6240 Women and Public Policy

WGSS 6241 Women and the Law

WGSS 6268 Race, Gender and Class            

WGSS 6270 Seminar: Selected Topics

  • Global Islamic Feminisms  
  • Women & Gender in International Perspectives

Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

Required Course:

PUBH 6400 Global Health Frameworks

Supporting Courses:

ANTH 6505 Medical Anthropology

EMSE 6325 Medical and Public Health Emergency Management

PUBH 6001 Biological Concepts of Public Health

PUBH 6002 Biostatistical Applications for Public Health

PUBH 6003 Principles and Practice of Epidemiology

PUBH 6004 Environmental and Occupational Health in a Sustainable World

PUBH 6006 Management & Policy Approaches in Public Health

PUBH 6007 Social & Behavior Approaches in Public Health

PUBH 6054 Community Engagement & Advocacy  

PUBH 6099 Special Topics

  • Research - Violence Against Women
  • Sexual & Reproductive Health Monitoring  

PUBH 6121 Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology 

PUBH 6122 Protecting Public Health and the Environment: Policies, Politics, and Programs

PUBH 6126 Assessment & Control of Environmental Hazards

PUBH 6130 Sustainable Energy & Environment

PUBH 6241 Nutritional Epidemiology

PUBH 6247 Design of Health Studies

PUBH 6249 Stat Packages for Data Management and Analysis

PUBH 6250 Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS

PUBH 6252 Advanced Epidemiology Methods

PUBH 6253 Issues in HIV Care & Treatment

PUBH 6259 Epidemiology Surveillance Public Health

PUBH 6261 Epi-Bio Skills Building Seminar

PUBH 6262 Intro to GIS

PUBH 6263 Advanced GIS

PUBH 6264 Quantitative Methods

PUBH 6266 Biostatistical Methods

PUBH 6305 Fundamentals for Health Policy

PUBH 6310 Statistical Analysis in Health Policy

PUBH 6315 Intro-Health Policy Analysis

PUBH 6320 Advanced Health Pol Analysis

PUBH 6340 Health Economics and Finance

PUBH 6399 Topics in Health Policy (1, 2, or 3 credits)

  • Comparative Health Policy  
  • Public Health & Health Reform  
  • Prescription Drugs Policy & PH  
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis in Healthcare
  • Reproductive Health Policy
  • Global Health Diplomacy

PUBH 6410 Global Health Study Design

PUBH 6411 Global Health Qualitative Research Methods

PUBH 6412 Global Health Quantitative Research Methods

PUBH 6416 Ethical and Cultural Issues in Global Health Research and Programs

PUBH 6430 Theories for Global Health Communication Interventions

PUBH 6435 Global Health Program Development & Implementation

PUBH 6436 Global Health Program Management

PUBH 6441 International Health Organizations

PUBH 6442 Comparative Global Health Systems

PUBH 6480 Public Health in Complex Emergencies

PUBH 6481 Global Mental Health

PUBH 6487 Emerging Zoonotic Diseases & Global Food Production (1 Credit)

PUBH 6499 Special Topics (1, 2, or 3 credits)

  • Global Health Program Evaluation
  • Essentials for Success GH Comm  
  • International Health Organizations
  • Anthropology of Global Health
  • Population & Sustainable Development
  • Nutrition, Food, & Communicable Diseases in Emerging Countries

PUBH 6500 Planning & Implementing Health Promotion Programs

PUBH 6501 Program Evaluation

PUBH 6502 Practical Data Analysis

PUBH 6503 Intro to Public Health Communication and Marketing

PUBH 6504 Social and Behavioral Science Research Methods  

PUBH 6510 COPC Principles and Practice

PUBH 6512 Community-Oriented Primary Care Policy and Issues

PUBH 6513 Community Health Management

PUBH 6514 Preventing Health Disparities

PUBH 6516 Community Health Info Resources

PUBH 6530 Qualitative Methods for Health Promotion

PUBH 6532 Commnty Organization, Development and Advocacy

PUBH 6535 Promotion of Mental Health

PUBH 6550 Maternal & Child Health I

PUBH 6551 Maternal & Child Health II

PUBH 6552 Women's Health

PUBH 6553 Adolescent Health

PUBH 6571 Social Marketing: Theory & Practice

PUBH 6572 Marketing Research for Public Health

PUBH 6573 Media Advocacy for Public Health

PUBH 6599 Topics In PCH

  • Economic Evaluation for H Pro

 Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

ANTH 6707 Issues in Middle East Anthropology

EMSE 6305 Crisis & Emergency Management

EMSE 6310 Information Technology in Crisis & Emergency Management

EMSE 6315 Management of Risk and Vulnerability for Hazards and Terrorism  

EMSE 6320 International Disaster Management

EMSE 6325 Med/Pub Health Emerg Management

EMSE 6330 Management of Terrorism Preparedness and Response

EMSE 6345 Disaster Recovery

EMSE 6350 Hazard Mitigation in Disaster Management  

EMSE 6992 Special Topics

  • Research Methods  
  • Next Generation Environmental Self-Governance
  • Systems Engineering in an Enterprise Context

GEOG 6309 GIS for Emergency Management  

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development

  • Human Trafficking
  • Care of Children in Complex Emergencies
  • Violence, Gender & Humanitarian Assistance
  • M&E for Foreign Assistance Programs

IAFF 6186 Special Topics in Security Policy Studies

  • Stabilization & Peacebuilding
  • International Peacekeeping
  • Responses to Terrorism
  • Countering Violent Extremism
  • Terrorism Today (Online)

IAFF 6502 Professional Skills (1 credit)

  • Tech for Intl Crisis Response  
  • Participatory M&E for Development

PUBH 6480 Public Health in Complex Emergencies  

Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

EMSE 6001 Management of Technical Organizations

EMSE 6200 Policy Factors in Environmental and Energy Management

EMSE 6220 Environmental Management

EMSE 6260 Energy Management

EMSE 6285 Analytical Tools for Energy Management

EMSE 6305 Crisis & Emergency Management

EMSE 6310 Information Technology in Crisis and Emergency Management

EMSE 6320 International Disaster Management

EMSE 6325 Medical Public Health Emergency Management

EMSE 6330 Management of Terrorism Preparedness and Response

EMSE 6350 Hazard Mitigation in Disaster Management

EMSE 6820 Program & Project Management

GEOG 6293 Special Topics

  • Water Resources Policy and Management

GEOG 6309 GIS for Emergency Management

IAFF 6118 Special Topics in International Affairs

  • Managing the World's Waters
  • International Development Policy

IBUS 6402 Managing in Developing Countries 

MGT 6292 Small Business Management

PPPA 6031 Governing and Managing Non-Profit Organizations

PPPA 6032 Managing Fund Raising & Philanthropy

PPPA 6057 International Development Administration

PPPA 6058 International Development NGO Management

PPPA 6059 International Development Management Processes and Tools

PPPA 6062 Community Development Policy and Management

PPPA 6016 Public and Non Profit Program Evaluation

PPPA 6077 Program Management

PUBH 6006 Management & Policy Approaches to Public Health

PUBH 6435 Global Health Program Development & Implementation

PUBH 6436 Global Health Program Management

PUBH 6513 Community Health Management

SMPP 6210 Strategic Environmental Management

Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

EDUC 6100 Experimental Courses

  • International Education
  • International Student Advising
  • Higher Education in Europe
  • Business Development: International Exchange

EDUC 6112 Foundations of Assessment, Testing, and Measurement in Education

EDUC 6114 Intro to Quantitative Research

EDUC 6116 Intro to Educational Statistics

EDUC 6368 Power, Leadership & Education

EDUC 6371 Education Policy Making

EDUC 6381 Program Evaluation Theory and Practice

EDUC 6388 Analysis of Education Policy Issues

EDUC 6555 Higher Education Policy

EDUC 6602 Regional Studies in International Education

  • Education & Equality in Latin America & the Carribean
  • Education & Development in Africa  
  • Education & Tradition in the Middle East & North Africa  

EDUC 6610 Policies and Programs in International Education

  • International Higher Education
  • International Education Policy Issues in Developing Countries
  • Migration & Mobilization: Education in a Global Era

EDUC 6620 Strategies and Analysis in International Education (Topics vary)

  • Managing Study Abroad & International Students
  • Planning Education Reform

EDUC 6640 Topics in International Education (Topics vary)

  • Evaluation in International Education
  • ScholarPractionersIntlHigh Education
  • Comparative Perspectives in Language and International Education
  • UNESCO: 21st Century  Agenda Topics
  • Topics in Evaluation in International Education Development
  • Issues in Study Abroad  
  • Inequality in International Higher Education
  • Design & Implementing Cross Cultural Training Programs  
  • Gender in International Education and Development

Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

ANTH 6302 Issues in Development

ECON 6237 Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources

EMSE 6200 Policy Factors in Energy and Environment

EMSE 6220 Environmental Management

EMSE 6225 Air Quality Management

EMSE 6235 Water Quality Management  

EMSE 6240 Environmental Hazard Management 

EMSE 6245 Analytical Tools for Environmental Management

EMSE 6260 Energy Management  

EMSE 6290 Climate Change: Policy and Impact

ENRP 6101 Environmental Sciences I

ENRP 6102 Environmental Sciences II

GEOG 6208 Land Use/Urban Transportation

GEOG 6244 Urban Sustainability

GEOG 6293 Special Topics

  • Open Source GIS  
  • Arctic Systems  
  • Geovisualization & Cartography

IAFF 6118 Special Topics in International Affairs

  • Managing the World’s Water 
  • International Development Policy

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development

  • Climate Change and Sustainable Development
  • Development in the Age of Climate Change  
  • Agriculture and Sustainable Development

IAFF 6151 Environmental Policy

IAFF 6158 Special Topics in International Science and Technology Policy

  • Energy Policy
  • Renwable Energy in a Decarbonizing
  • Science, Technology & Policy Analysis  
  • Issues in Space Policy

IAFF 6186 Special Topics in Security Policy Studies

  • Energy Security  
  • Environmental Security  

PPPA 6066 Environmental Policy

PUBH 6004 Environmental and Occupational Health in a Sustainable World

PUBH 6121 Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology

PUBH 6122 Protecting Public Health and the Environment: Policies, Politics, and Programs

PUBH 6124 Problem Solving in Environmental and Occupational Health  

PUBH 6126 Assessment and Control of Environmental Hazards  

PUBH 6130 Sustainable Energy and the Environment  

PUBH 6133 Social Dimensions of Climate Change & Health

SMPP 6210 Strategic Environmental Management

TSTD 6249 Sustainable Destination Development 
 

Courses offered the Arlington Graduate Education Center:

PSUS 6201 Principles of Sustainable Urban and Regional Planning 

PSUS 6202 Urban and Environmental Economics 

PSUS 6203 Research Methods I: Geospatial Econometric Analysis 

PSUS 6212 Sustainable Communities I: Housing and Design 

PSUS 6222 Climate Change Economics 

PSUS 6224 Sustainable Energy for Cities and the Environment

Students must complete eighteen (18) credits:

ACCY 6101 Financial Accounting  

ACCY 6106 Financial Statement Analysis  

ACCY 6201/2 Managerial Accounting I/II  

ACCY 6601 Business Law: Contracts, Torts and Property

ACCY 6602 Business Law: Enterprise Organization

ACCY 6900 Managerial Accounting: Government & Nonprofits

  • Taxation of Financial Instruments
  • Nonprofit Accounting
  • Macroeconomics for the Global Economy

FINA 6223 Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management

FINA 6224 Financial Management  

FINA 6234 New Venture Financing  

FINA 6271 Financial Modeling and Econometrics  

FINA 6277 Comparative Financial Regulation and Development

IAFF 6118 Special Topics in International Affairs

  • International Business Finance  
  • Strategy, Global Markets and Politics

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development:

  • Private Sector Development
  • M&E for Foreign Assistance Programs

IAFF 6186 Special Topics in Security Policy Studies

  • Illicit Finance and Security

IAFF 6198 Special Topics in International Trade and Investment Policy

  • International Entrepreneurship

IAFF 6502 Professional Skills (1 Credit)

  • Art & Practice of Global Investing  
  • Mobile Phones for Intl Development  
  • Analyzing International Economic Data

IBUS 6201 International Marketing

IBUS 6290 Special Topics

●     Inst/EconDevelpment: Case of Rwanda  

●     Microfinance: DevelopingMarkets

IBUS 6301 International Business Finance

IBUS 6310 International Financial Reporting Standards

IBUS 6401 International Business Strategy

IBUS 6402 Managing in Developing Countries  

ISTM 6223 Technology Entrepreneurship  

ISTM 6224 Management of Technology and Innovation  

ISTM 6234 New Venture Financing  

PPPA 6003 Economics for Public Decision Making

PPPA 6049 Urban and Regional Policy Analysis

Note: Many MBA Courses  require instructor approval to enroll for students not enrolled in an MBA program.

MBAD 6211 Financial Accounting

MBAD 6241 Global Perspectives

MBAD 6242 Microeconomics for the Global Economy

MBAD 6244 International Management (1.5 credits)

MBAD 6245 Global Perspectives (1.5 credits)          

MBAD 6284 Business and Public Policy 

MGT 6252 Global Human Resources Management 

MGT 6282 New Venture Initiation

MGT 6283 Strategic Entrepreneurship  

MGT 6285 Social Entrepreneurship Management

MGT 6290 Special Topics

  • Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership  
  • People Analytics  
  • Leadership Perspective & Practice I (1.5 credits)

MGT 6292 Small Business Management

MKTG 6290 Global Brand Strategy  

SMPP 6241 Global Corporate Responsibility

SMPP 6290 Special Topics in Strategic Management

  • Public Private Partnerships (1.5 credits)
  • Strategy, Global Markets and Politics
  • Business and Society
  • Sustainable & Responsible Investment in Today's Market (1.5 credits)

SMPA 6250 Entrepreneurship New Media Industry  

TSTD 6249 Sustainable Destination Development 

ANTH 6806 Technology

ECON 6255 Economics of Technological Change

EMSE 6992 International Technology

GEOG 6304 Geographical Information Systems

GEOG 6307 Digital Image Processing and Analysis  

GEOG 6309 GIS for Emergency Management  

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development Studies

  • Media & International Development

IAFF 6412 Technology Creation and Diffusion

IAFF 6153 Science, Technology and National Security

IAFF 6158 SpecTopics/IntlSci&TechPolicy

  • Science, Technology & Policy Analysis
  • Cybersecurity  
  • Energy Policy

IAFF 6358 Special Topics in Latin American Studies

  • Latin America in Motion: Docfilm, Indigenous Media, and Social Movements

IAFF 650-6503 Professional Skills (1 credit)

  • Tech for Intl Crisis Response
  • Mobile Phones for International Development

ISTM 6204 Information Tech Project Management

ISTM 6207 Info Resources Management  

ISTM 6223 Technology Entrepreneurship  

ISTM 6224 Management of Technology and Innovation

ISTM 6233 Emerging Technologies  

EMSE 6070 Management of Research and Development