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SISU-103 Community of Scholars Topics Course Level: Undergraduate

Community of Scholars Topics (3) Topics vary by section. Topics include U.S. foreign policy and diplomacy and global, culture, and cooperation. Usually Offered: summer. Repeatable for credit with different topic. Permission: department.

SISU-103-001
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Diplomacy and Dictators
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Diplomacy and Dictators: U.S. Foreign Policy in an Uncertain World (3) How does the U.S. government confront dictators, maintain allies, and protect the nation from international threats to national security? This course introduces the major departments, agencies, and actors within the government involved in foreign policy and national security. It explores how they operate in the new strategic environment by considering major threats and issues facing the United States today, from terrorists to rogue states to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The course also addresses the conflicting goals, agendas, and trade-offs present in any foreign and national security policy. Debating the range of policy options, students explore how the United States might best act to enhance U.S. national security and international position. Meets with SISU-103 002.
SISU-103-002
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Diplomacy and Dictators
Program Fee: $1,690.00. Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Diplomacy and Dictators: U.S. Foreign Policy in an Uncertain World (3) How does the U.S. government confront dictators, maintain allies, and protect the nation from international threats to national security? This course introduces the major departments, agencies, and actors within the government involved in foreign policy and national security. It explores how they operate in the new strategic environment by considering major threats and issues facing the United States today, from terrorists to rogue states to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The course also addresses the conflicting goals, agendas, and trade-offs present in any foreign and national security policy. Debating the range of policy options, students explore how the United States might best act to enhance U.S. national security and international position. Meets with SISU-103 001.
SISU-103-003
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Diplomacy and Dictators
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Diplomacy and Dictators: U.S. Foreign Policy in an Uncertain World (3) How does the U.S. government confront dictators, maintain allies, and protect the nation from international threats to national security? This course introduces the major departments, agencies, and actors within the government involved in foreign policy and national security. It explores how they operate in the new strategic environment by considering major threats and issues facing the United States today, from terrorists to rogue states to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The course also addresses the conflicting goals, agendas, and trade-offs present in any foreign and national security policy. Debating the range of policy options, students explore how the United States might best act to enhance U.S. national security and international position. Meets with SISU-103 004.
SISU-103-004
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Diplomacy and Dictators
Program Fee: $1,690.00. Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Diplomacy and Dictators: U.S. Foreign Policy in an Uncertain World (3) How does the U.S. government confront dictators, maintain allies, and protect the nation from international threats to national security? This course introduces the major departments, agencies, and actors within the government involved in foreign policy and national security. It explores how they operate in the new strategic environment by considering major threats and issues facing the United States today, from terrorists to rogue states to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The course also addresses the conflicting goals, agendas, and trade-offs present in any foreign and national security policy. Debating the range of policy options, students explore how the United States might best act to enhance U.S. national security and international position. Meets with SISU-103 003.
SISU-103-005
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Conflt, Culture & Cooperation
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Conflict, Culture and Cooperation: Worlds Apart, Worlds Together (3) Difference, particularly cultural difference, is the source of many conflicts in international relations. This course explores conceptual components and theories of conflict, culture, and conflict resolution, with a special focus on the role that culture plays in both starting as well as resolving conflicts. In-depth examinations of contemporary international conflicts are used as illustrative case studies. The course bridges the gap between interpersonal, group, and international conflicts by exploring strategies of conflict resolution and cross-cultural understanding. Meets with SISU-103 006.
SISU-103-006
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Conflt, Culture & Cooperation
Program Fee: $1,690.00. Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Conflict, Culture and Cooperation: Worlds Apart, Worlds Together (3) Difference, particularly cultural difference, is the source of many conflicts in international relations. This course explores conceptual components and theories of conflict, culture, and conflict resolution, with a special focus on the role that culture plays in both starting as well as resolving conflicts. In-depth examinations of contemporary international conflicts are used as illustrative case studies. The course bridges the gap between interpersonal, group, and international conflicts by exploring strategies of conflict resolution and cross-cultural understanding. Meets with SISU-103 005.
SISU-103-007
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Conflt, Culture & Cooperation
Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Conflict, Culture and Cooperation: Worlds Apart, Worlds Together (3) Difference, particularly cultural difference, is the source of many conflicts in international relations. This course explores conceptual components and theories of conflict, culture, and conflict resolution, with a special focus on the role that culture plays in both starting as well as resolving conflicts. In-depth examinations of contemporary international conflicts are used as illustrative case studies. The course bridges the gap between interpersonal, group, and international conflicts by exploring strategies of conflict resolution and cross-cultural understanding. Meets with SISU-103 008.
SISU-103-008
Term: Summer 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Undergraduate
Section Title: Conflt, Culture & Cooperation
Program Fee: $1,690.00. Special Tuition Rate. Instructional Method: Hybrid. Conflict, Culture and Cooperation: Worlds Apart, Worlds Together (3) Difference, particularly cultural difference, is the source of many conflicts in international relations. This course explores conceptual components and theories of conflict, culture, and conflict resolution, with a special focus on the role that culture plays in both starting as well as resolving conflicts. In-depth examinations of contemporary international conflicts are used as illustrative case studies. The course bridges the gap between interpersonal, group, and international conflicts by exploring strategies of conflict resolution and cross-cultural understanding. Meets with SISU-103 007.