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IAL Projected course offerings*

*Future semester course offerings are tentative and subject to change.

Fall 2021

A: 502 U.S. National Security Policy

A: 598 The Role of Congress in U.S. Foreign Policy

B: 501 Principles of Character-Driven Leadership

B: 504 U.S. Diplomacy in Action

Spring 2022

A: 501 Principles of Character-Driven Leadership

A: 508 Transatlantic Relations

A: 598 Religion and Diplomacy

A: 598 The Holocaust and WWII Today

B: 503 Applied International Leadership

B: 505 Key Issues in Today’s Global Economy

B: 598 Diplomacy: Human Rights, Preventing Genocide

Summer 2022

Session TBD: 598 International Negotiations: Trust but Verify

All graduate students must be enrolled in at least one graduate credit in both fall and spring semesters in either A or B sessions (or both). Summer enrollment is optional. Summer courses are more condensed at 6 weeks, as opposed to fall and spring at 7.5 weeks, and offer the same amount of material as fall and spring semesters.

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