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INT'L SERVICE GRADUATE

SISG-770 Topics in US For Pol/Natl Sec Course Level: Graduate

Topics in United States Foreign Policy and National Security (3) Topics vary by section. Rotating topics include foreign policy institutions and processes and U.S. diplomatic history courses. Usually Offered: fall and spring. Repeatable for credit with different topic. Grading: A-F only.

SISG-770-001
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: USFP: Institutions/Processes
Instructional Method: Online. U.S. Foreign Policy: Institutions and Processes (3) This course introduces students to the institutions and processes involved in making U.S. foreign, defense and intelligence policy. The course provides a brief overview of the foreign and national security challenges facing the United States and focuses on the institutions, decision-making processes and politics of U.S. foreign and national security policy-making. It covers the State and Defense departments, the intelligence community, the White House, interagency processes, the Congress, and outside participants in the policy process. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-770 101.
SISG-770-002
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: US as World Power since 1898
Instructional Method: Online. The United States as a World Power since 1898 (3) This course offers students an introduction to the history of U.S. foreign relations in the twentieth century and beyond. Students in the course assess continuity and change in U.S. foreign relations as well as how ideas of racial superiority, economic factors, geography, and non-state actors influenced U.S. foreign relations in these years. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-770 102.
SISG-770-101
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: USFP: Institutions/Processes
Instructional Method: Online. U.S. Foreign Policy: Institutions and Processes (3) This course introduces students to the institutions and processes involved in making U.S. foreign, defense and intelligence policy. The course provides a brief overview of the foreign and national security challenges facing the United States and focuses on the institutions, decision-making processes and politics of U.S. foreign and national security policy-making. It covers the State and Defense departments, the intelligence community, the White House, interagency processes, the Congress, and outside participants in the policy process. Meets with SISG-770 001.
SISG-770-102
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: US as World Power since 1898
Instructional Method: Online. The United States as a World Power since 1898 (3) This course offers students an introduction to the history of U.S. foreign relations in the twentieth century and beyond. Students in the course assess continuity and change in U.S. foreign relations as well as how ideas of racial superiority, economic factors, geography, and non-state actors influenced U.S. foreign relations in these years. Meets with SISG-770 002
SISG-770-001
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: USFP: Institutions/Processes
Instructional Method: Online. USFP: Institutions and Processes (3) This course introduces students to the institutions and processes involved in making U.S. foreign, defense and intelligence policy. The course provides a brief overview of the foreign and national security challenges facing the United States and focuses on the institutions, decision-making processes and politics of U.S. foreign and national security policy-making. It covers the State and Defense departments, the intelligence community, the White House, interagency processes, the Congress, and outside participants in the policy process. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-770 101.
SISG-770-002
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: US as World Power Since 1898
Instructional Method: Online. The United States as a World Power since 1898 (3) This course offers students an introduction to the history of U.S. foreign relations in the twentieth century and beyond. Students assess continuity and change in U.S. foreign relations as well as how ideas of racial superiority, economic factors, geography, and non-state actors influenced U.S. foreign relations in these years. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-770 102.
SISG-770-101
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: USFP: Institutions/Processes
Instructional Method: Online. USFP: Institutions and Processes (3) This course introduces students to the institutions and processes involved in making U.S. foreign, defense and intelligence policy. The course provides a brief overview of the foreign and national security challenges facing the United States and focuses on the institutions, decision-making processes and politics of U.S. foreign and national security policy-making. It covers the State and Defense departments, the intelligence community, the White House, interagency processes, the Congress, and outside participants in the policy process. Meets with SISG-770 001.
SISG-770-102
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: US as World Power Since 1898
Instructional Method: Online. The United States as a World Power since 1898 (3) This course offers students an introduction to the history of U.S. foreign relations in the twentieth century and beyond. Students assess continuity and change in U.S. foreign relations as well as how ideas of racial superiority, economic factors, geography, and non-state actors influenced U.S. foreign relations in these years. Meets with SISG-770 002.
SISG-770-001
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: USFP: Institutions/Processes
Instructional Method: Online. U.S. Foreign Policy: Institutions and Processes (3) This course introduces students to the institutions and processes involved in making U.S. foreign, defense and intelligence policy. The course provides a brief overview of the foreign and national security challenges facing the United States and focuses on the institutions, decision-making processes and politics of U.S. foreign and national security policy-making. It covers the State and Defense departments, the intelligence community, the White House, interagency processes, the Congress, and outside participants in the policy process. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-770 101.
SISG-770-002
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: US as World Power Since 1898
Instructional Method: Online. The United States as a World Power Since 1898 (3) This course offers students an introduction to the history of U.S. foreign relations in the twentieth century and beyond. Students in the course assess continuity and change in U.S. foreign relations as well as how ideas of racial superiority, economic factors, geography, and non-state actors influenced U.S. foreign relations in these years. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-770 102.
SISG-770-101
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: USFP: Institutions/Processes
Instructional Method: Online. U.S. Foreign Policy: Institutions and Processes (3) This course introduces students to the institutions and processes involved in making U.S. foreign, defense and intelligence policy. The course provides a brief overview of the foreign and national security challenges facing the United States and focuses on the institutions, decision-making processes and politics of U.S. foreign and national security policy-making. It covers the State and Defense departments, the intelligence community, the White House, interagency processes, the Congress, and outside participants in the policy process. Meets with SISG-770 001.
SISG-770-102
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: US as World Power Since 1898
Instructional Method: Online. The United States as a World Power Since 1898 (3) This course offers students an introduction to the history of U.S. foreign relations in the twentieth century and beyond. Students in the course assess continuity and change in U.S. foreign relations as well as how ideas of racial superiority, economic factors, geography, and non-state actors influenced U.S. foreign relations in these years. Meets with SISG-770 002.