Master of Arts in the Field of International Affairs, Conflict and Conflict Resolution Concentration
See note regarding special topics and LAW courses.*
|Required course (3 credits)|
|IAFF 6171||Introduction to Conflict Resolution|
|Supporting courses (9 credits)|
|IAFF 6118||Special Topics in International Affairs (International Law and the Use of Force)|
|IAFF 6118||Special Topics in International Affairs (Reinventing the United Nations)|
|IAFF 6118||Special Topics in International Affairs (U.S. Foreign Policy and International Organizations)|
|IAFF 6138||Special Topics in International Development Studies|
|IAFF 6186||Special Topics in Security Policy Studies (Conflict Prevention and Early Warning)|
|IAFF 6186||Special Topics in Security Policy Studies (Security Challenges in Africa)|
|IAFF 6186||Special Topics in Security Policy Studies (Stabilization and Peacebuilding)|
|Up to two relevant LAW courses may be taken with the permission of the Law School Dean of Students and the Elliott School academic advisor. *|
*Specific subject matter covered in special/selected topics courses varies by semester. Consult the Schedule of Classes for each semester's offerings. Topics courses not listed here may be used to fulfill program requirements if approved by the Program Director.
Law School courses—Students may, with permission of their advisor, include courses in the Law School in their major field. Enrolling in a LAW course also requires permission of the Law School dean of students. Students should consult the Elliott School Office of Academic Advising and Student Services office before enrolling in LAW courses.