1-Credit Courses

Spring 2019

  • INAF 211 – Intelligence 101; John Gentry
  • INAF 216 – The Other Terrorists; William Blinder
  • IPOL 240 – Introduction to Military Concepts, Organizations, and Operations; John Gordon
  • CULP 275 – Music as International Relations: Jazz as Diplomacy; Will Layman
  • INAF 298 – Social Entrepreneurship; Mike Malloy
  • CULP 325 – Government and Liberty in the Digital Age; Prem Trivedi
  • INAF 331 – The School that Walsh Built; Emily Zenick and Tony Arend
  • INAF 338 – Internship in International Affairs; Samuel Aronson
  • IPOL 340 – Yemen: The Anatomy of a Failed and Broken State; Gregory Johnsen
  • INAF 344 – Effective Leadership in Foreign Affairs; Kristie Kenney
  • CULP 395 – Thesis Proposal Workshop I; Anthony Pirrotti
  • CULP 397 – Thesis Proposal Workshop II; Anthony Pirrotti

Spring 2018

  • HIST 205 – The Rise of Global Challenges; John Tutino
  • INAF 211 – Intelligence 101; Liz Arsenault
  • IPOL 240 – Introduction to Military Concepts, Organizations, and Operations; John Gordon
  • CULP 275 – Music as International Relations: Jazz as Diplomacy; Will Layman
  • INAF 317 – Understanding Trump’s Foreign Policy; Dan Byman
  • ARST 318 – U.S. Foreign Policy and the Gulf
  • IPOL 325 – Gettysburg: Strategy, Technology, Outcome; Thomas McNaugher
  • INAF 331 – The School that Walsh Built; Emily Zenick and Tony Arend
  • INAF 344 – Effective Leadership in Foreign Affairs; Kristie Kenney
  • IPOL 354 – International Negotiation Lab; Jim Seevers, Anna Steinhelper
  • CULP 395 – Thesis Proposal Workshop; Anthony Pirrotti
  • LASP 431 – In Focus: the Caribbean; Camille Gaskin Reyes and Angelo Rivero-Santos
  • LASP 432 – In Focus: Puerto Rico; Anna Deeny and Angelo Rivero-Santos
  • LASP 433 – In Focus: Central America; M Daniel Vazquez Diaz
  • ARST 447 – Arab Cinema

 

Fall 2018

  • IPOL 240 – Introduction to Military Concepts; John Gordon
  • INAF 242 – Foreign Policy Speechwriting; Andrew Imbrie
  • INAF 262 – Community-Based Responses to Terrorism Prevention; Mehreen Farooq
  • IPOL 312 – Public Diplomacy in the Era of Trump; Dana Shell Smith
  • CULP 325 – Government and Liberty in the Digital Age; Prem Trivedi
  • IPOL 325 – Gettysburg: Strategy, Technology, Outcome; Jim Rabon
  • INAF 331 – The School that Walsh Built; Emily Zenick and Tony Arend
  • INAF 338 – Internship in International Affairs – Kendra Billingslea
  • INAF 382 – Character, Conscience, and Courage; Nan Ellen Nelson
  • CULP 396 – Thesis Workshop; Anthony Pirrotti
  • IPEC/IECO 490 – Econ Research and Development; Shareen Joshi