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INT'L SERVICE GRADUATE

SISG-771 Topics in Int'l Neg/Conflt Res Course Level: Graduate

Topics in International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (3) Topics vary by section. Rotating topics include theories and concepts in conflict assessment and prevention, post-war transitions, and international negotiation. Usually Offered: fall and spring. Repeatable for credit with different topic. Grading: A-F only.

SISG-771-001
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Post-War Transitions
Instructional Method: Onlne. Post-War Transitions (3) This course critically examines some of the many multidimensional challenges and opportunities that confront nation-states emerging from war. It exposes students to debates and tensions in the field and introduces them to some of the techniques and tools used by both international intermediaries (states, IOs, NGOs) and local stakeholders to address top-down and bottom up issues of economic reconstruction, political governance, security and legal reform, as well as human rights, rights of refugees and IDP populations and questions of post-conflict justice. The course relies on case studies and encourages students to design sustainable solutions to specific challenges of post-war transitions, while developing a realistic empathy for the constraints that confront decision-makers in dynamic environments characterized by uncertainty and limited information. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-771 101.
SISG-771-002
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: International Negotiation
Instructional Method: Online. International Negotiation (3) International negotiation, the use of non-violent engagement to resolve international disputes or advance international cooperation, is a foundational tool of international relations. This course delves into the origins of international negotiation, providing students with an understanding of the theories of international negotiation. The course develops students' capacity to analyze international negotiation strategies and tactics, and improve their own negotiation skills through simulation exercises and cases studies. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-771 102 SISG-771 202.
SISG-771-003
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Post-War Transitions
Instructional Method: Online. Post-War Transitions (3) This course critically examines some of the many multidimensional challenges and opportunities that confront nation-states emerging from war. It exposes students to debates and tensions in the field and introduces them to some of the techniques and tools used by both international intermediaries (states, IOs, NGOs) and local stakeholders to address top-down and bottom up issues of economic reconstruction, political governance, security and legal reform, as well as human rights, rights of refugees and IDP populations and questions of post-conflict justice. The course relies on case studies and encourages students to design sustainable solutions to specific challenges of post-war transitions, while developing a realistic empathy for the constraints that confront decision-makers in dynamic environments characterized by uncertainty and limited information. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-771 103.
SISG-771-101
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Post-War Transitions
Instructional Method: Online. Post-War Transitions (3) This course critically examines some of the many multidimensional challenges and opportunities that confront nation-states emerging from war. It exposes students to debates and tensions in the field and introduces them to some of the techniques and tools used by both international intermediaries (states, IOs, NGOs) and local stakeholders to address top-down and bottom up issues of economic reconstruction, political governance, security and legal reform, as well as human rights, rights of refugees and IDP populations and questions of post-conflict justice. The course relies on case studies and encourages students to design sustainable solutions to specific challenges of post-war transitions, while developing a realistic empathy for the constraints that confront decision-makers in dynamic environments characterized by uncertainty and limited information. Meets with SISG-771 001.
SISG-771-102
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: International Negotiation
Instructional Method: Online. International Negotiation (3) International negotiation, the use of non-violent engagement to resolve international disputes or advance international cooperation, is a foundational tool of international relations. This course delves into the origins of international negotiation, providing students with an understanding of the theories of international negotiation. The course develops students' capacity to analyze international negotiation strategies and tactics, and improve their own negotiation skills through simulation exercises and cases studies. Meets with SISG-771 002 SISG-771 202.
SISG-771-103
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Post-War Transitions
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Online. Post-War Transitions (3) This course critically examines some of the many multidimensional challenges and opportunities that confront nation-states emerging from war. It exposes students to debates and tensions in the field and introduces them to some of the techniques and tools used by both international intermediaries (states, IOs, NGOs) and local stakeholders to address top-down and bottom up issues of economic reconstruction, political governance, security and legal reform, as well as human rights, rights of refugees and IDP populations and questions of post-conflict justice. The course relies on case studies and encourages students to design sustainable solutions to specific challenges of post-war transitions, while developing a realistic empathy for the constraints that confront decision-makers in dynamic environments characterized by uncertainty and limited information. Meets with SISG-771 003.
SISG-771-202
Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: International Negotiation
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Online. International Negotiation (3) International negotiation, the use of non-violent engagement to resolve international disputes or advance international cooperation, is a foundational tool of international relations. This course delves into the origins of international negotiation, providing students with an understanding of the theories of international negotiation. The course develops students' capacity to analyze international negotiation strategies and tactics, and improve their own negotiation skills through simulation exercises and cases studies. Meets with SISG-771 002 SISG-771 102.
SISG-771-001
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Post-War Transitions
Instructional Method: Online. Post-War Transitions (3) This course critically examines some of the many multidimensional challenges and opportunities that confront nation-states emerging from war. It exposes students to debates and tensions in the field and introduces them to some of the techniques and tools used by both international intermediaries (states, IOs, NGOs) and local stakeholders to address top-down and bottom up issues of economic reconstruction, political governance, security and legal reform, as well as human rights, rights of refugees and IDP populations and questions of post-conflict justice. The course relies on case studies and encourages students to design sustainable solutions to specific challenges of post-war transitions, while developing a realistic empathy for the constraints that confront decision-makers in dynamic environments characterized by uncertainty and limited information. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-771 101.
SISG-771-002
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: International Negotiation
Instructional Method: Online. International Negotiation (3) International negotiation, the use of non-violent engagement to resolve international disputes or advance international cooperation, is a foundational tool of international relations. This course delves into the origins of international negotiation, providing students with an understanding of the theories of international negotiation. The course develops students' capacity to analyze international negotiation strategies and tactics, and improve their own negotiation skills through simulation exercises and cases studies. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-771 102.
SISG-771-003
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Post-War Transitions
Instructional Method: Online. Post-War Transitions (3) This course critically examines some of the many multidimensional challenges and opportunities that confront nation-states emerging from war. It exposes students to debates and tensions in the field and introduces them to some of the techniques and tools used by both international intermediaries (states, IOs, NGOs) and local stakeholders to address top-down and bottom up issues of economic reconstruction, political governance, security and legal reform, as well as human rights, rights of refugees and IDP populations and questions of post-conflict justice. The course relies on case studies and encourages students to design sustainable solutions to specific challenges of post-war transitions, while developing a realistic empathy for the constraints that confront decision-makers in dynamic environments characterized by uncertainty and limited information. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-771 103.
SISG-771-101
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Post-War Transitions
Instructional Method: Online. Post-War Transitions (3) This course critically examines some of the many multidimensional challenges and opportunities that confront nation-states emerging from war. It exposes students to debates and tensions in the field and introduces them to some of the techniques and tools used by both international intermediaries (states, IOs, NGOs) and local stakeholders to address top-down and bottom up issues of economic reconstruction, political governance, security and legal reform, as well as human rights, rights of refugees and IDP populations and questions of post-conflict justice. The course relies on case studies and encourages students to design sustainable solutions to specific challenges of post-war transitions, while developing a realistic empathy for the constraints that confront decision-makers in dynamic environments characterized by uncertainty and limited information. Meets with SISG-771 001.
SISG-771-102
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: International Negotiation
Instructional Method: Online. International Negotiation (3) International negotiation, the use of non-violent engagement to resolve international disputes or advance international cooperation, is a foundational tool of international relations. This course delves into the origins of international negotiation, providing students with an understanding of the theories of international negotiation. The course develops students' capacity to analyze international negotiation strategies and tactics, and improve their own negotiation skills through simulation exercises and cases studies. Meets with SISG-771 002.
SISG-771-103
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Post-War Transitions
Special Tuition Rate. Post-War Transitions (3) This course critically examines some of the many multidimensional challenges and opportunities that confront nation-states emerging from war. It exposes students to debates and tensions in the field and introduces them to some of the techniques and tools used by both international intermediaries (states, IOs, NGOs) and local stakeholders to address top-down and bottom up issues of economic reconstruction, political governance, security and legal reform, as well as human rights, rights of refugees and IDP populations and questions of post-conflict justice. The course relies on case studies and encourages students to design sustainable solutions to specific challenges of post-war transitions, while developing a realistic empathy for the constraints that confront decision-makers in dynamic environments characterized by uncertainty and limited information. Meets with SISG-771 003.
SISG-771-001
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Post-War Transitions
Instructional Method: Online. Post-War Transitions (3) This course critically examines some of the many multidimensional challenges and opportunities that confront nation-states emerging from war. It exposes students to debates and tensions in the field and introduces them to some of the techniques and tools used by both international intermediaries (states, IOs, NGOs) and local stakeholders to address top-down and bottom up issues of economic reconstruction, political governance, security and legal reform, as well as human rights, rights of refugees and IDP populations and questions of post-conflict justice. The course relies on case studies and encourages students to design sustainable solutions to specific challenges of post-war transitions, while developing a realistic empathy for the constraints that confront decision-makers in dynamic environments characterized by uncertainty and limited information. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-771 101.
SISG-771-002
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: International Negotiation
Instructional Method: Online. International Negotiation (3) International negotiation, the use of non-violent engagement to resolve international disputes or advance international cooperation, is a foundational tool of international relations. This course delves into the origins of international negotiation, providing students with an understanding of the theories of international negotiation. The course develops students' capacity to analyze international negotiation strategies and tactics, and improve their own negotiation skills through simulation exercises and cases studies. Restriction: International Relations (MA): Online, International Service (MIS): Online, or Social Enterprise (MA): Online. Meets with SISG-771 102.
SISG-771-101
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: Post-War Transitions
Instructional Method: Online. Post-War Transitions (3) This course critically examines some of the many multidimensional challenges and opportunities that confront nation-states emerging from war. It exposes students to debates and tensions in the field and introduces them to some of the techniques and tools used by both international intermediaries (states, IOs, NGOs) and local stakeholders to address top-down and bottom up issues of economic reconstruction, political governance, security and legal reform, as well as human rights, rights of refugees and IDP populations and questions of post-conflict justice. The course relies on case studies and encourages students to design sustainable solutions to specific challenges of post-war transitions, while developing a realistic empathy for the constraints that confront decision-makers in dynamic environments characterized by uncertainty and limited information. Meets with SISG-771 001.
SISG-771-102
Term: Spring 2019 Semester
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: International Negotiation
Instructional Method: Online. International Negotiation (3) International negotiation, the use of non-violent engagement to resolve international disputes or advance international cooperation, is a foundational tool of international relations. This course delves into the origins of international negotiation, providing students with an understanding of the theories of international negotiation. The course develops students' capacity to analyze international negotiation strategies and tactics, and improve their own negotiation skills through simulation exercises and cases studies. Meets with SISG-771 002.