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SIS-096 Selected Topics: Non-recurring (0)

Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate

Topics vary by section, may be repeated with different topic.

SIS-096 001
Term: SPRING 2016
Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate
Section Title: International Relations: SIS Seminar Series
The SIS seminar series focuses on academic paths in international relations. Each session features an SIS professor who talks about his or her research and career path. The seminar series introduces students to a variety of social science methodologies, helps students begin the process of dissertation writing by involving them in conversations about cutting-edge research topics in international relations, and helps students to develop a strategy for completing the Ph.D. in a timely and effective manner. May be taken Pass/Fail only. Open only to students in the PhD in International Relations.
SIS-096 002
Term: SPRING 2016
Course Level: Undergraduate/Graduate
Section Title: Writing Fellows
This course is an opportunity for MA students to hone their professional writing skills, develop a strong voice, and cultivate a dynamic writing style as a key component of professional preparation for their careers. The course allows each student to discuss and workshop their writing in class with direct feedback from the instructor and other students. Only open to students in the Writing Fellows program.