Current Graduate Course Offerings

Graduate Course Offerings - Fall 2018

PLEASE NOTE: This information is subject to change prior to the beginning of registration, so please verify your course selections against the University Bulletin listings.

Cornerstone

IAFF 6361 – MES Cornerstone
Brown, N
T 7:10 – 9:00PM

Core Courses

HIST 6801.11 – The Middle East in the World
Robinson, S
R 5:10 – 7:00PM

HIST 6801.12 – Iraq and Syria in the Twentieth Century
Martin, K
W 5:10 – 7:00PM

PSC 6377 – Government and Politics of the Middle East
Brown, N
T 5:10 – 7:00 PM

PSC 6478 – International Relations of the Middle East
Young, K
M 5:10 – 7:00 PM

Electives

IAFF 6378.10 – U.S. Policy in the Gulf
Gnehm, E
M 5:10 – 7:00PM

IAFF 6378.14 – Political Economy of the Middle East
Losman, D
R 7:10 – 9:00PM

IAFF 6378.13 – Iran and its Arab Neighbors
Abdo, G & Abdallah, H
W 5:10 - 7:00PM

Graduate Course Offerings - Spring 2019

Capstone

IAFF 6379.10 – Capstone
Brown, N
F 4:00 - 5:00PM

Core Courses

ANTH 6707.10– Citizenship and Displacement in the Middle East
Feldman, I
W 5:10-7:00PM

GEOG 6262.10 - Geography of the Middle East
Atia, M
M 5:10-7:00PM

HIST 3801.10 – Land and Power in Israel/Palestine
[This is an undergraduate course that is open to graduate students]
Robinson, S
T 1:00 - 3:00PM

HIST 6801.10 – Partition, Transfer & Making of the Modern Middle East
Dubnov, A
M 5:10-7:00PM

Electives

IAFF 6378.10 – Arabic for International Affairs
Ford, Mitchell
R 7:10 - 9:00PM

IAFF 6378.11 – Lebanon & Syria
Maksad, F
W 5:10- 7:00PM

IAFF 6378.12 –Militaries and Politics in the Middle East
El-Shimy, Y
M 7:10-9:00PM

IAFF 6378.13 – Refugees and Displaced Peoples in the Middle East 
Haddji, F
T 7:10-9:00PM

IAFF 6378.14 – U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East
Jeffrey, J
T 5:10-7:00PM

IAFF 6378 - Impact Entrepreneurship: Private Sector Led Civic Engagement in the Arab Region and Beyond
Sherif, D.
R 5:10-7:00PM