PhD in International Education

Courses Spring 2018

FOUNDATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION THEORIES AND RESEARCH METHODS

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2008 5438 Intro to Quantitative Methods in Int'l Education 4 Th 4:55-6:55PM Cherng
INTE-GE 2008 5439 Recitation Section 002 0 Th 7:00-8:00PM TBD
INTE-GE 2008 5440 Recitation Section 003 0 Th 8:05-9:05PM TBD
INTE-GE 2025 4491 Political Issues in International Education 4 M 4:55-6:35PM Burde
INTE-GE 2025 4492 Recitation Section 002 0 M 6:45-7:45PM TBD
INTE-GE 2025 4493 Recitation Section 003 0 M 7:50-8:50PM TBD
INTE-GE 2025 19065 Recitation Section 004 0 M 6:45-7:45PM TBD
INTE-GE 2025 4494 Recitation Section 005 0 M 7:50-8:50PM TBD
INTE-GE 2803 19066 Foundations in International Education 4 W 4:55-7:05PM Hosay

INTERNSHIP

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2802 4433  Field Study & Seminar in Intl' Ed  3-4     Friedman

DOCTORAL SEMINAR *Only open to doctoral students*

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 3802 19069 Research Seminar in International Education II 3  T 1:45-3:25PM King

ELECTIVES IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION SPECIALIZATIONS AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTE-GE 2028* 5517 Comparative Politics, Education, and Conflict 3 T 4:55-6:35PM Kapit, Monaghan
INTE-GE 2009* 20379 Practice of Study Abroad and Int'l Student Services 3 T 6:45-8:45PM Barsoum, Dietrich
INTE-GE 2805 19067 Globalization and Education 3 Th 2:00-3:40PM Friedman
INTE-GE 2809 22989

International Studies in Human Rights

This course requires an application.

3 M 3:30-4:45PM Spreen
*Highly recommended electives in International Education
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
SOED-GE 2163 19010 Sociology of Higher Education 3 Th 4:55-6:35PM TBA
SOED-GE 2371 19011 Social Inequality and Education 3 W 6:45-8:25PM Drake
HSED-GE 2400 5444 The American School: A History 3 W 6:45-8:25PM Kippley-Ogman
EDPLY-GE 2025 5317 Economics of Education 3 M 4:55-7:35PM Corcoran 
AMLT-GE 2072 5218 International Perspectives on Educational Reforms 3 T 4:55-6:35PM Moja
APSY-GE 2222 18915 Cross-Cultural Research Methods: An Intro 3 W 2:00-4:20PM Sirin
APSY-GE 2682 Various Sections Cross-Cultural Counseling 3 Varies Varies  Varies
BILED-GE 2001 4358 Bilingual Multicultural Ed: Practice & Theory 3 W 4:55-6:35PM Woodley
EDLED-GE 2342 4594 The Politics of Multicultural School Communities 3 Th 4:55-6:35PM Anderson
EDLED-GE 2355 5216 Educational Policy Analysis 3 M 4:55-6:35PM Nieves
HPSE-GE 2005 20072 Undergraduate Advising 1 W 6:45-8:25PM TBA
HPSE-GE 2007 5739 Budgeting in Higher Education 1 W 6:45-8:25PM Smith
HPSE-GE 2061 5358 High School to College Transition 3 M 4:55-6:35PM Flores-Montgomery
HPSE-GE 2069 4930 / 4931 College Student Learning and Development 3 M / Th 6:45-8:25PM Bailey / Klein
LANED-GE 2005 4360 Intercultural Perspectives in Multicultural Education 3 M 4:55-6:35PM Lum
LANED-GE 2040 4363 Teaching Second Language in a Technological Society 3 T 6:45-8:25PM Blaber, Coma
INTRL-GA 1450 3078

Regional and Comp Politics 

Email: ir.masters@nyu.edu for permission to enroll

4 W 6:20-8:50PM Peker Dogra
INTRL-GA 1600 2912 w/ rec

Global and International History

Email: ir.masters@nyu.edu for permission to enroll

4 W 9:30AM - 12:00PM plus must enroll in recitation Fousek
INTRL-GA 1731 3053 Topics in International Relations: War and Peace 4 M 9:30AM-12:00PM Catalinac
INTRL-GA 1754 3255 UN Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding 4 W 3:30 - 6:00PM Chang
INTRL-GA 1762 20133 Transitional Justice 4 Th 3:30 - 6:00PM Teitel
INTRL-GA 1768 20132 Strategic Planning and Policy 4 F 9:30 - 12:00PM Freilich
PADM-GP 2125+ 6277 Foundations of Nonprofit Management 3 W  6:45-8:25PM Bodden
PADM-GP 2171+ Various Sections Program Analysis and Evaluation 3 Varies Varies  Varies
PADM-GP 2201+ 6215 Institutions, Governance, and International Development 3 J-term Varies  Coslovsky
PADM-GP 2201+ 6334 Institutions, Governance, and International Development 3 M 4:55-6:35PM Iskander
PADM-GP 2202+ 6216 Politics of International Development 3 Th 6:45-9:15PM Gershman
PADM-GP 2204+ 6317 Development Assistance Accountability and Effectiveness 3 F 9:00AM-1:45PM Gershman, Smoke
PADM-GP 2223+ 6235 The International Human Rights Movement: Past, Present and Future 3 W 4:55-6:35PM Bickford
PADM-GP 4101+ 20659 / 20660 Conflict Management and Negotiation 1.5 Varies January term / Spring term (first 7 weeks) Zerkin
PADM-GP 4110+ 6269, 6321 Project Management 1.5 Varies Spring term (second 7 weeks) Carlin, Shahroudi
MSWEL-GS 3073 6635 / 6637 Grant Writing for Non-Profit Organizations 1 Sat 10:00AM - 3:00PM Howard
+For all Wagner courses (PADM-GP): submit a course registration request here.

ADDITIONAL RESEARCH METHODS

Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
APSTA-GE 2002 5318 Statistics for Behavioral and Social Sciences 2 3 W 2:00-4:30PM Weinberg
RESCH-GE 2140 4286 Approaches to Qualitative Inquiry 3 T 2:00-4:45PM Washington
RESCH-GE 2142 4287 Interview & Observation (contact instructor for consent) 3 M 2:00-4:45PM Way 
RESCH-GE 2142 4288 Interview & Observation (contact instructor for consent) 3 M 2:00-4:45PM Nelson

RECOMMENDED AREA STUDIES

AFRICA
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTRL-GA 1731 20143 History and Politics of Africa 4 M 3:30-6:00PM TBA
POL-GA 2774 2522 Political Economy of Pacific Basin 4 W 6:20 - 8:20PM TBA
LATIN AMERICA
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
LATC-GA 1017 2192 Government and Politics of Latin America 4 T 5:00-7:00PM Navia
LATC-GA 1045 23253 International Human Rights: Latin America 4 Th 6:00-9:00PM Lucas
LATC-GA 2304 20645 Seminar: Democracy, Culture, and Power in Latin Am Educ 4 Th 2:00-4:30PM Calla
ASIA
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTRL-GA 1731 20150 South Asian Politics and War 4 Th 3:30 - 6:00PM Aziz
INTRL-GA 1731 20148 Asia-Pacific International Relations 4 Th 12:30-3:00PM Nolt
POL-GA 2620 19509 Political Economy of Pacific Basin 4 W 6:20-8:20PM Denoon
MIDDLE EAST
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
INTRL-GA 1743 3079 National Security in the Middle East                                4 F 12:30 - 3:00PM Freilich
MEIS-GA 1618 3218 Transnational Middle East 4 T 2:00-4:45PM TBD
MEIS-GA 1626 3439 Cities of the Middle East 4 W 4:55-7:35PM Rubin
MEIS-GA 1770 2925 Forced Migration, Biopolitics, and the Cult of Memory 4 M 4:55-7:35PM TBA
EUROPE
Course #Call #Course TitleCreditsDayTimeProfessor
EURO-GA 2162 2901 Refugee Crises in Postwar Europe 4 M 10:00AM - 12:00PM Viscomi
EURO-GA 2162 19061 The Politics of Globalization 4 T 10:00AM - 12:00PM Martin 
EURO-GA 3213 2827 Eastern European Workshop 2 W 12:30 - 2:00PM Wolff

 

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