MA in International Education

Courses Fall 2013

FOUNDATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION THEORIES AND RESEARCH METHODS

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2007  3400 Comparative Stud Educ I: Qualitative Analysis
*only offered in fall
4 T 4:55-6:35PM Burde
INTE-GE 2007  3401 Recitation Section 002 0 T 6:45-7:45PM Thoms
INTE-GE 2007  3402 Recitation Section 003 0 T 8:00-9:00PM Thoms
INTE-GE 2007 14742 Recitation Section 004 0 T 6:45-7:45PM Graefe
INTE-GE 2007 14743 Recitation Section 005 0 T 8:00-9:00PM Graefe
INTE-GE 2008  3403 Comparative Stud Educ II: Quantitative Analysis
*only offered in fall
4 TH 4:55-7:35PM Lasala Blanco
INTE-GE 2008  3404 Recitation Section 002 0 TH 7:45-8:45PM Pai
INTE-GE 2008  3405 Recitation Section 003 0 TH 11:00AM-12:15PM Pai
INTE-GE 2803  3408 International Education 4 M 4:55-6:35PM Hosay/ Arcilla
INTE-GE 2803  3409 Recitation Section 002 0 M 6:45-7:45PM Friedman
INTE-GE 2803  3410 Recitation Section 003 0 M 6:45-7:45PM Davis
INTE-GE 2803  3411 Recitation Section 004 0 M 8:00-9:00PM Friedman
INTE-GE 2803  3412 Recitation Section 005 0 M 8:00-9:00PM Davis

INTERNSHIP

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2802  3407  FIELD STUDY & SEM IN INT'L ED 3-4 N/A N/A Hosay/Wood

DOCTORAL SEMINAR *Only open to doctoral students*

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 3097  16402 CONTENT SEMINAR IN INT'L ED 1 3  T 2:00-3:50PM Hosay

ELECTIVES IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIALIZATIONS AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2805* 16139 Globalization and Education 3 W 455PM-635PM Wood
INTE-GE 2806* 3413 The Practice of International Education 3 T 645PM-825PM Austell
INTE-GE 2804* 15973 International Education and Cultural Relations 3 M 200PM-340PM Wood
*Highly recommended electives in International Education
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
SOED-GE 2002 3084 Intro to Sociology of Education 3 T 455PM-635PM Ford
SOED-GE 2002 4007 Intro to Sociology of Education 3 T 900AM-1040AM Ford
SOED-GE 2325 3951 The Learning of Culture 3 W 1100AM-1240PM Stulberg
APSY-GE 2105  3467 Culture, Context, and Psychology 3 T 200PM-315PM Allen
APSY-GE 2527  3474 The Development of Immigrant Origin Youth 3 TH 200PM-340PM TBA
APSY-GE 2682 3512 Cross-Cultural Counseling 3 TH 200PM-340PM Okazaki
BILED-GE 2001  3180 Bilingual Multicultural Ed: Practice & Theory 3 M 645PM-825PM Marsh
BILED-GE 2103 4192 Bilingual Exceptional Children 3 TH 455PM-635PM Niu
CHDED-GE 2011 3139 Multicultural Perspectives in Social Studies 3 T 455PM-635PM Doucet
EDCT-GE2031  4352 Ed Techonology in a Global Context 3 TH 455PM-635PM Hoadley
EDCT-GE 2251  3078 Ed Design for the World Wide Web 3 M 645PM-825PM Perry
MCC-GE 2381  16239 Topics in Globalization: Global Consumer Culture 4 W 200PM-410PM Appadurai
EDLED-GE 2341  3958 Politics of Education 3 TH 455PM-635PM Guerriero
HPSE-GE 2045 14531 Internationalism and Study Abroad 3 TH 455PM-635PM TBA
HPSE-GE 2067  3907 Campus Community and Student Subcultures 3 W 645PM-825PM Ellett
HPSE-GE 2161  3914 Diversity in Higher Education 3 W 455PM-635PM Choi
LANED-GE 2005 3185 Intercultural Perspectives in Multicultural Education 3 M 455PM-635PM TBA
POL-GA 1700 1521/1522/1523 International Politics (lecture and recitation) 4 W 620PM-820PM TBA
POL-GA 2775 1537/2197/2198 International Political Economy (lecture and recitation) 4 Th 620PM-820PM Yetim
PADM-GP 2125+  4748 Foundations of Nonprofit Management 4 W 455PM-635PM Ospina
PADM-GP 2201.001+  4853 Institutions, Governance, and Int'l Development 4 M 645PM-825PM Iskander
PADM-GP 2201.002+  4854 Institutions, Governance, and Int'l Development 4 M 1220PM-155PM Iskander
PADM-GP 2203+ 4856 International Economic Development; Gov't Markets 4 W 455PM-635PM Dehejia
PADM-GP 2210+  4857 International Orgs and Their Management 4 M 835PM-1015PM Kamal
PADM-GP 2211+  4858 International Program Development & Mngmt 4 F 900AM-100PM Downs
PADM-GP 2223+  14761 The International Human Rights Movement: Past, Present and Future 4 M 835PM-1015PM Bickford
PADM-GP 2226+  4859 Innovative Leadership for Human Development 4 Sa 1100AM-500PM Work
DRAP-GA 1048  1701 International Studies in Human Rights 4 M 620PM-900PM TBA
ANTH-GA 1222 2049 Culture, Meaning and Society 4 W 200PM-4:45PM Rogers
MSWEL-GS 2140  14221 International Poverty Reduction 3 W 1100AM-1250PM Goldin
+For all Wagner courses (PADM-GP): submit a course registration request here.

ADDITIONAL RESEARCH METHODS

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
RESCH-GE 2001.001 2991 STATISTICS FOR BEHAV AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 1 3 W 200PM-445PM Weinberg
RESCH-GE 2001.002 2992 STATISTICS FOR BEHAV AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 1 3 M 455PM-735PM Corcoran
RESCH-GE 2003.001 2993/2994 INTERM QUANTITATIVE METHODS (Lecture and Lab) 3 T 3:30PM-6:10PM Weinberg
RESCH-GE 2012 2995 TOPICS IN ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE METHODS 3 F 9:30AM-12:30PM Hill
RESCH-GE 2016 14907 TOPICS IN ADV  QUANT METHODS: FACTOR SCORING 3 M 4:55PM-7:35PM Halpin
RESCH-GE 2085 2998 BASIC STATISTICS 1 3 M 620PM-900PM Chan
RESCH-GE 2086 2999 BASIC STATISTICS 2 3 T 620-900PM Chan
RESCH-GE 2132 3000 PRINC OF EMPIR RESEARCH 3 T 200-340PM Ford
RESCH-GE 2138 4359 WRTG EMP RSCH: IN ED BEHV HLTH HUM/SOC SCI 3 T 455-635PM Norman
RESCH-GE 2139 3963 SURVEY RESEARCH METHODS 3 TH 455PM-735PM Middleton
RESCH-GE 2140.001 3001 APPROACHES/ QUALITATIVE INQUIRY 3 T 200PM-445PM Norman
 RESCH-GE 2143 3003 PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH  3 W 455PM-635PM  Anderson
RESCH-GE 2147  3004 FIELDWORK DATA COLLECTION 3 W 200PM-340PM Stulberg
POL-GA 1120 1514 INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE POLITICAL ANALYSIS 3 M 200PM-350PM Cohen
SOC-GA 2303  15653 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH: ETHNOGRAPHY 4 T 1000AM-1240PM TBA
SOC-GA 2332  2267/2269 INTRO TO STATISTICS (Lecture and Lab) 4 W 230PM-500PM Greenberg

RECOMMENDED AREA STUDIES

AFRICA
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
AFRS-GA 2000  1039 Proseminar in African Studies 4 T 200PM-455PM Amkpa
AFRS-GA 2556 14185 Engagement Exile Errancy: Narrative After US Occupancy 4 W 455PM-735PM Dash
HIST-GA 1801 14419 African Diaspora 4 T 200PM-400PM TBD
LATIN AMERICA
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
ANTH-GA 3398 15009 Topical Seminar: Comparative Latin American Studies 4 M

500PM-745PM

Davila
LATC-GA 1001  1022 Intro to Latin American & Caribbean I 4 W 500PM-730PM TBA
LATC-GA 1007 2253 Latin American Cities: Masses, Myths & Media 4 W 415PM-615PM  TBA
LATC-GA 2145 1029 US Latin American Relations After WWII 4 M 200PM-400PM  TBA
LATC-GA 2536  1032 Authority/Democracy in Mexico (meets at Columbia) 2 TH 610PM-800PM  TBA
LATC-GA 2537 1033 Immigration, Cities, States (meets at Columbia) 4 T 210PM-400PM  TBA
LATC-GA 2539 1035/1036 Cuba and Latin America (meets at Columbia) 4 T 400PM-600PM  TBA
ASIA
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
 HIST-GA 1001 14454 South Asia in World History 4 M 200PM-445PM TBA
MIDDLE EAST
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
MCC-GE 2275 13875 Middle East Media and Cultural Politics 4 M 1100AM-110PM Shinar
POL-GA 2590  1536 Mideast Gov't & Politics 4 TBA TBA TBA
MEIS-GA 1643 14573 Modern Middle Eastern History I 4 TBA TBA Lockman
MEIS-GA  1852  14572 Islamic Law and Society 4 M 200PM-445PM Rabb
NEST-GA 2005 2217 Culture, Politics, and History in the Middle East 4 T 445PM-735PM TBA
NEST-GA 2999  2002 Topics in Middle East Politics 4 W 200PM-445PM TBA
NEST-GA 3000  1728 Topics in Sociology of the Middle East 4 TH 200PM-445PM  TBA
NEST-GA 3001  1729 Topics in Gender & the Middle East 4 W 455PM-735PM  TBA
EUROPE
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
MCC-GE 2275 13875 Middle East Media and Cultural Politics 4 M 1100AM-110PM Shinar
IFST-GA 2313 2265 Education in France 4 TH 930AM-1200PM Kolopp
EURO-GA 2301 1378 What is Europe? 4 T 500PM-700PM Lemke-Daempfling
EURO-GA 2660 1379 The Mediterannean in Historical Perspective 4 W 330PM-530PM Kornetis
IRISH-GA 1001 1623 Irish Studies Seminar I 4 W 610PM-840PM Waters
DRAP-GA 1414 15977 Irish Historical Revisionism/Com/Perspective 4 T 610PM-840PM Lee
HIST-GA 2162 14456 Euro Econ Encounters in Modern World 4 W 200PM-445PM  TBA

INDEPENDENT STUDIES *Require Permission of Instructor*

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2300  3406 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1-6     Hosay

 

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