MA in International Education

Courses Fall 2018

FOUNDATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION THEORIES AND RESEARCH METHODS

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2007 4697 Introduction to Qualitative Methods in International Education 4 T 4:55-6:35PM King
INTE-GE 2007 4698 Recitation Section 002 0 T 6:45-7:45PM TBA
INTE-GE 2007 4699 Recitation Section 003 0 T 7:55-8:55PM TBA
INTE-GE 2008 4700 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in International Education 4 TH 4:55-6:55PM Cherng
INTE-GE 2008 4701 Recitation Section 002 0 TH 7:00-8:00PM Dunlop
INTE-GE 2008 4702 Recitation Section 003 0 TH 8:05 -9:05PM Dunlop
INTE-GE 2025 19228 Political Issues in International Education 4 W 4:55-6:35PM Burde
INTE-GE 2025 19229 Recitation Section 002 0 W 6:45-7:45PM TBA
INTE-GE 2025 19235 Recitation Section 003 0 W 7:55-8:55PM TBA
INTE-GE 2803 4705 Foundations of International Education 4 M 4:55-7:05PM Spreen

INTERNSHIP

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2802  4704 Professional Development in International Education 3-4 TBA TBA  TBA

ELECTIVES IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIALIZATIONS AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2806 19243 The Practice of International Education 3 W 2:00-3:40PM Halpern
INTE-GE 2809 6009 Int'l Studies in Human Rights Education 3 T 2:00-4:30PM Monaghan
INTE-GE 2862 5647 International Development Education 3 M 2:00-3:40PM Warren

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
EDPLY-GE 2030 20619

Education and Social Policy

3 T 4:55-6:35PM Corcoran
SOED-GE 2002 5191

Intro to Sociology of Education

*Email Jamie Baldwin for course code

3 W 4:55-6:35PM Lewis-McCoy
SOED-GE 2325 5151

The Learning of Culture

*Email Jamie Baldwin for course code

3 T 11:00AM-12:40PM Stulberg
APSY-GE 2105 4754 Culture, Context, and Psychology 3 T 2:00PM-3:40PM Astuto
APSY-GE 2682 4787

Cross-Cultural Counseling

3 TH 11:00AM - 12.40PM Okazaki
BILED-GE 2001 4534/ 20575 Bilingual Multicultural Ed: Practice & Theory 3 W or TH 4:55 PM - 6.35 PM or 6:45-8:25PM Woodley or TBA
EDCT-GE 2031 19799 Ed Techonology in a Global Context 3 W 4:55PM-6:35PM Hoadley
EDLED-GE 2205 4802 Advocacy and Education 3 M 4:55-7:25PM Anderson, G
HPSE-GE 2017 19926 Inequality in the Pathway to American Higher Education 3 TH 4:55-6:35PM Flores-Montgomery
HPSE-GE 2045 5571 Internationalism and Study Abroad 3 M 4:55PM-6:35PM Moja
HPSE-GE 2090 many Foundations of Higher Education 3 many many  many
HPSE-GE 2161 5130 Diversity in Higher Education 3 TH 4:55-6:35PM Funk
LANED-GE 2005 4538 Intercultural Perspectives in Multicultural Education 3 M 4:55PM-6:35PM Lum
LANED-GE 2040 4541 Teaching Second Language in a Technological Society 3 T 6:45-8:25PM Coma/ Blaber
INTRL-GA 1731 002 19787 Transitional Justice and International In 3 W 9:30AM - 12:00PM Kurze
INTRL-GE 1776 19380 The UN System 4 W 6:20 -  8:50 PM Rroji
PADM-GP 2110+ 6357-6515 Strategic Management
May have prerequisites
3 T/W 6:45-8:45PM/ 6:45-8:45PM Caella-Esposito/ D'Aunno
PADM-GP 2201 many Institutions, Governance, and International Development 3 varies varies Iskander/ Coslovsky
PADM-GP 2211+ 6425 International Program Development & Mngmt
Prerequisite waived for non-Wagner 
3 F 9:00AM-1:00PM Downs
PADM-GP 4105+ 6537

Cross-Cultural Negotiations

7 wk course; may have prereqs

1.5 W 6:45 - 8:25PM TBA
PADM-GP 4110+ 6401

Project Management

7 wk course

1.5 Sa 9:00AM-5:00PM Shahroudi
PADM-GP 4212+ 20398

Managing Humanitarian Challenges

7 wk course

1.5 TH 6:45 - 8:25PM Schott
+ For all Wagner courses (PADM-GP): submit a course registration request here.

ADDITIONAL RESEARCH METHODS

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
APSTA-GE 2001 4452 Statistics for Behav and Social Sciences 1 3 W 2:00PM-4:50PM Weinberg
APSTA-GE 2001 4453 Statistics for Behav and Social Sciences 1 3 M 4:55PM-7:35PM Marchev
APSTA-GE 2003 4454 Interm. Quant Methods (Lecture and Optional Lab) 3 T 3:30PM-6:10PM Weinberg, Lu
APSTA-GE 2012 4456 Topics in Quant Methods: Causal Inference 3 F 9:30AM-12:15PM Hill
APSTA-GE 2139 5741 Survey Research Methods 3 M 4:55-6:35PM Harel
RESCH-GE 2140 4459 Approaches to Qualitative Inquiry 3 T 2:00PM -4:45PM Norman
RESCH-GE 2143 4460 Participatory Action Research 3 TH 6:45PM-8:25PM Anderson

RECOMMENDED AREA STUDIES

AFRICA
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
AFRS-GA 2000 2185 Proseminar in Africana Studies 4 W 4:55PM-7:35PM TBD
LATIN AMERICA
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
LATC-GA 1001 2176 Intro to Latin American & Caribbean I 4  W 4:30PM - 7:00PM Huras/Abercrombie
LATC-GA 1014 2179 Comparative Racisms in the Americas 4 Th 2.00 PM - 4.30 PM

Calla

LATC-GA 1048 2913 International Studies in Human Rights 4 TH 6:00 - 9:00PM TBD
LATC-GA 2351 18971 US Foreign Relations in Latin America 4 M 2.00 PM - 4.30 PM Casteneda
ASIA
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
 INTRL-GA 1759  3184  Asia-Pacific International Relations  4  Th  6:20 - 8:50 PM  Adelman
MIDDLE EAST
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTRL-GA 1731 19786 US Persian Gulf Policy 4 M 12:30 - 3:00PM Dry
INTRL-GA 1756 19386 Middle East Politics 4 TH 9:30AM - 12:00PM Dogra
HIST-GA 2901 20248 Topics: Creating the Israeli State 4 TH 2:00 - 4:45PM Zweig
EUROPE AND RUSSIA
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
HIST-GA 3720 20252 Research Seminar French Studies 4 TBD TBD TBD
HIST-GA 3902 3065 Modern Mediterranean Region: Southeastern Europe 4 W 10:00AM - 12:00PM TBD
IFST-GA 2810 20571 Topics: Immigration in France 4 W 12:30 - 3:00PM Viguier
EURO-GA 1156 2259 Topics: Dialectic of Globalization 4 W 3:30PM - 6:00PM TBD
EURO-GA 1421 2909 Debates in Modern Irish History 4 M 6:10PM-8:40PM Nyhan
EURO-GA 1981 3320 Studies in Italian Culture: Canon-formation 4 M 3:30 - 6:10PM TBD
EURO-GA 2301 2434 What is Europe? 4 T 10:00AM - 12:00PM TBD
EURO-GA 3213 2817 Eastern Europe Workshop 2 W 12.30PM - 2.00PM TBD
RUSSN-GA 2121 3231 Defining Russia 4  W 6:20 - 8:20PM Djagalov

INDEPENDENT STUDIES *Require Permission of Instructor*

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2300  varies

Independent Study

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1-6     varies

 

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