MA in International Education

Courses Fall 2019

FOUNDATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION THEORIES AND RESEARCH METHODS

Please check Albert for course days and times, as well as any restrictions.

Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
INTE-GE 2007

Introduction to Qualitative Methods in International Education

*also requires a recitation; see Albert

4 King
INTE-GE 2803

Foundations of International Education

*also requires a recitation; see Albert

4 Cherng
INTE-GE 3801

 Research in International Education I

 For doctoral students only

 3  Cherng

INTERNSHIP

Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
INTE-GE 2802

Professional Development in International Education

*requires Pre-Approval Form (see Maria for questions)

3-4  TBD

ADDITIONAL RESEARCH METHODS

Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
APSTA-GE 2001 Statistics for Behav and Social Sciences 1 (optional lab section; see Albert) 3 Weinberg
APSTA-GE 2003

Interm. Quant Methods (Lecture and Optional Lab)

*requires at least 2 semesters of Stats prior

3 Weinberg; Lu
APSTA-GE 2012

Causal Inference

Prerequisite: APSTA-GE 2003 or equivalent

3 Hill
APSTA-GE 2110

Large Databases in Education Research

4 Mijanovich
APSTA-GE 2139 Survey Research Methods *requires at least 1 semester of Stats prior 3 Harel
RESCH-GE 2140 Approaches to Qualitative Inquiry 3 Norman
RESCH-GE 2143 Participatory Action Research 3 Anderson
RESCH-GE 2147 Fieldwork: Data Collection 3 Drake

ELECTIVES IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIALIZATIONS AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
INTE-GE 2545 Immigration and Education 3 Lukes
INTE-GE 2583 Education Abroad: Theory and Practice 1-3 Dietrich; Dufour
INTE-GE 2806 The Practice of International Education 3 Halpern
INTE-GE 2809 Int'l Studies in Human Rights Education 3 Monaghan
INTE-GE 2862 International Development Education 3 TBD
SOED-GE 2002

Sociology of Education

*Only open to non-SOED students beginning June 20; email for permission

Lewis-McCoy
EDPLY-GE 2030 Education and Social Policy Washington 
EDPLY-GE 2050 

Capstone: Applied Research in Educational Policy 

*Prerequisites: PADM-GP 2902 and APSTA-GE 2110 or equivalent

Weinstein 
Electives below are outside the program; please consult Albert for restrictions; for registration issues please contact the instructor or department. We cannot help you gain admittance.
Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
AMLT-GE 2072 International Perspectives on Educational Reforms 3 Moja
APSY-GE 2105 Culture, Context, and Psychology 3 Astuto
APSY-GE 2527 Development of Immigrant Origin Youth 3 Staff
APSY-GE 2682

Cross-Cultural Counseling

3 Okazaki
BILED-GE 2001 Bilingual Multicultural Ed: Practice & Theory 3 Ebsworth
EDCT-GE 2031 Educational Techonology in a Global Context 3 Hoadley
HPSE-GE 2045 Internationalism and Study Abroad 3 Moja
HPSE-GE 2161 Diversity in Higher Education 3 Funk
LANED-GE 2005 Intercultural Perspectives in Multicultural Education 3 Lum
LANED-GE 2040 Teaching Second Language in a Technological Society 3 Coma; Blaber
INTRL-GA 1700

International Relations

*May require dept permission - email ir.masters@nyu.edu for info
3 Rama; Romanshyn
INTRL-GA 1731-002

Topics in International Relations: Political Violence

4 Kirschke
INTRL-GA 1731-004

Topics in International Relations: International Justice and Human Rights

4 Kurze
INTRL-GA 1731-006

Topics in International Relations: The Nation State and Globalization

4 Tabak
LATC-GA 1048 International Studies in Human Rights 4 Staff
MSWEL-GS 2136 Inequalities in Globalization 3 Goldin 
MSWEL-GS 3073 Grant Writing for Non-Profit Organizations 1 Staff
PADM-GP 2201+ Institutions, Governance, and International Development 3 Iskander
PADM-GP 2202+ Politics of International Development 3 Gershman
PADM-GP 2211+ International Program Development & Management 3 Downs
PADM-GP 4101+

Conflict Management and Negotiation

1.5 Many
PADM-GP 4212+

Managing Humanitarian Challenges

1.5 Rothschild

+ For all Wagner courses (PADM-GP): submit a course registration request.


RECOMMENDED AREA STUDIES

AFRICA
Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
AFRS-GA 2000 Proseminar in Africana Studies 4 Staff
LATIN AMERICA
Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
LATC-GA 1014 Comparative Racisms in the Americas 4

Staff

LATC-GA 2351 US Foreign Relations in Latin America 4

Staff

LATC-GA 2352 Tinker Coll: Puerto Rico Under US Rule 4 Staff
ASIA
Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
EAST-GA 1001 Intro to Critical Asian Studies 4 Stoltz
ENGL-GA 2916 Topics in Literature and Modern Culture: Grounds of War: Asian/America 4 Staff
INTRL-GA 1759 Asia-Pacific International Relations 4 Adelman
MIDDLE EAST
Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
INTRL-GA 1756 Middle East Politics 4 Dogra
INTRL-GA 1757 Middle East and US Foreign Policy 4 Helman
MCC-GE 2275 Middle East Media and Cultural Politics 3 Martin
MEIS-GA 1618 Transnational Middle East 4 Keshavarzian
MEIS-GA 1643 Literature of the Field: Modern Middle Eastern History 4 Pursley
NEST-GA 2005 Culture, Politics, and History in the Middle East 4 Abourahme
NEST-GA 3000 Topics in the Sociology of the Middle East: Arabs, Sex, and Modernity 4 Staff
EUROPE AND RUSSIA
Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
EURO-GA 1731 The European Union: Order and Tension 4 Banner
EURO-GA 2301 What is Europe? 4 Staff
EURO-GA 2670 Modern Mediterranean Region: Myth or Reality 4 Staff
INTRL-GA 1731 Topics in IR: European Geopolitics 4 Williams
RUSSN-GA 2121 Defining Russia 4 Lounsbery

INDEPENDENT STUDIES

Requires instructor permission; see Student Handbook for more information

Course #Course TitleCreditsProfessor
INTE-GE 2300

Independent Study

Connect with Faculty first; then contact Jamie Baldwin to register

1-6 Many

 

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