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1 m a s t e r o f s c i e n c e i n Global affairs The M.S. in Global Affairs is the flagship graduate program of the Center for Global Affairs (CGA), ranked by the Foreign Policy Association in 2010 and 2011 as one of the nation s leading institutions preparing students for international careers. The master s program provides you with the in-depth knowledge and the contextual perspectives for becoming a successful, well-rounded professional in the global arena. Faculty members are scholars and skilled practitioners, including former officers of the United Nations, international attorneys, leaders of organizations engaged in refugee relief and the protection of human rights, diplomats, activists, economists, and global energy experts from whom you will acquire both nuanced analytical understanding and the methodologies to develop and to implement strategic solutions that address critical global problems. The M.S. in Global Affairs is a 42-credit program, which includes three components: a core curriculum of five courses (see listing on next page), a choice of concentrations, and either a graduate thesis or a team-based capstone project. The core curriculum focuses on the fundamentals of global affairs. Areas of concentration include: International Relations Transnational Security Private Sector International Development and Humanitarian Assistance Human Rights and International Law Peacebuilding Environment/Energy Policy The graduate thesis involves primary-source research under the guidance of a faculty member. The capstone project involves the development of a collaboratively designed action plan informed by scholarship, which seeks to reveal new solutions to a difficult challenge facing the international community. The program is structured to meet the needs of working professionals and full-time students. Typically, students complete the degree within two years of full-time study, or within two to five years of part-time study. sps.nyu.edu/msga NYU School of Professional Studies Office of Admissions 7 East 12th Street, Suite 921, New York, NY (212) sps.nyu.edu/admissions/graduate

2 Curriculum (42 Credits) CORE CURRICULUM (18 credits) The core curriculum is designed to provide you with a deep and broad foundation that supports concentration course work and serves you throughout your career. Students are required to take all of the following courses: GLOB1-GC1000 International Relations in the Post-Cold War Era GLOB1-GC1030 International Political Economy GLOB1-GC1040 International Law GLOB1-GC1050 Global Civil Society GLOB1-GC3035 Analytic Skills for Global Affairs GLOB1-GC3900 Graduate Thesis or Capstone Project CONCENTRATIONS (18 credits) Students are required to complete a total of six courses in any one of the seven concentrations. The course listings under each concentration below represent a sampling from the full course list. The complete list of concentration courses is available on the web at sps.nyu.edu/msga/curriculum. International Relations This concentration approaches the study of international affairs from the vantage point of politics. These courses explore topics such as the analysis of conflict and means of avoiding and resolving strife through negotiation; the role of the media in shaping policies; the challenges of maintaining security without jeopardizing democracy; the new role of the U.S. as the single superpower and the consequent impact internationally; and the elements that go into foreign policy formulation. Ample use is made of case studies and analyses of current issues and problems. GLOB1-GC2015 Critical Analysis for Global Affairs GLOB1-GC2020 International Negotiation: Cases and Lessons GLOB1-GC2025 Public Diplomacy GLOB1-GC2030 Machinery and Politics of U.S. Foreign Policy Decision Making GLOB1-GC2035 Ethics in International Affairs GLOB1-GC2040 The Role of the U.S. in World Affairs GLOB1-GC2045 The Future of International Relations: Forces for Change and Alternate Scenarios GLOB1-GC2050 The Media and International Affairs GLOB1-GC2055 Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament GLOB1-GC2060 Democratic Transitions: Setbacks and Successes GLOB1-GC2095 Global Climate Change GLOB1-GC2175 Politics and Policies of the EU and European Integration GLOB1-GC2250 International Organizations: A Focus on Geneva GLOB1-GC2260 Global Empires: From History to the Future GLOB1-GC2270 Key Foreign Policy Challenges Confronting the United States GLOB1-GC2335 Philanthropy s Influence on Global Policy GLOB1-GC2340 Gender in International Affairs: Sex, Power, and Politics GLOB1-GC2345 The United Nations GLOB1-GC2470 Contentious Politics GLOB1-GC2475 Modern Religious Identities: Competition and Conflict on the World s Stage GLOB1-GC2505 Modern Diplomacy

3 Transnational Security This concentration addresses the growing necessity for a multilateral approach to security issues that face the international community as a whole. It explores the heightened need for coordination between international agencies when confronting emerging global threats. Courses explore such topics as security policy, transnational crime, counterterrorism, homeland security, and economic security. Transnational Security (GLOB1-GC2000) is the required concentration prerequisite course. GLOB1-GC2000 Transnational Security GLOB1-GC2010 Ethnic Conflicts GLOB1-GC2065 Transnational Crime GLOB1-GC2070 Intelligence and Counterintelligence GLOB1-GC2075 Counter-Terrorism and Homeland Security GLOB1-GC2080 Transnational Terrorism GLOB1-GC2105 Economic Security: Challenges, Prescriptions, and Opportunities in the Post-9/11 Era GLOB1-GC2115 U.S. Use of Force and the Global War on Terror GLOB1-GC2235 Hard Power: The Uses and Abuses of Military Force GLOB1-GC2245 National Security Decision Making Processes: Applied Theories GLOB1-GC2255 Human Security: A New Approach to Today s Global Challenges GLOB1-GC2285 Explaining Civil Wars GLOB1-GC2355 Human Trafficking and People Smuggling GLOB1-GC2405 Energy, Environment, and Resource Security GLOB1-GC2415 Authoritarianism, Repression, and Corruption GLOB1-GC2510 Cybersecurity GLOB1-GC2585 Asymmetric Warfare, Insurgency & Counter-Insurgency GLOB1-GC2590 Waging Non-Violent Conflict: A Practical Workshop Private Sector The private sector concentration provides a broad introduction to international business and finance, as well as in-depth examinations of such emerging issues as corporate power and social responsibility. Attention is paid throughout to the challenges of economic globalization and interdependence, the issues and problems associated with economic growth, and the relationship between economic growth and human development. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance (GLOB1-GC2295) is the required concentration prerequisite course. GLOB1-GC2110 The Multinational Corporation: Economic, Political, and Managerial Perspectives GLOB1-GC2130 Corporate Social Responsibility Global Implications and Future Leadership GLOB1-GC2145 Economics for Global Affairs GLOB1-GC2160 Global Corporate Ethics, Compliance, and Governance: A Hands-On Approach GLOB1-GC2170 International Banking GLOB1-GC2180 The Emerging Markets GLOB1-GC2220 International Trade Law and Policy GLOB1-GC2225 Law and Policy in International Business GLOB1-GC2290 International Business: The Challenge of Global Competition GLOB1-GC2295 Fundamentals of Corporate Finance GLOB1-GC2420 The Economics and Finance of Energy

4 GLOB1-GC2425 Private Sector Partnerships GLOB1-GC2445 Global Electricity Markets and Policy GLOB1-GC2515 Applied Statistics GLOB1-GC3060 Political Risk: A Multi-Dimensional Analysis GLOB1-GC3065 A Complete Capital Approach to Impact Investing International Development and Humanitarian Assistance Among the issues explored in this concentration are global poverty, the state and civil society in development, foreign aid, the role of gender in poverty alleviation, and the principles and politics of humanitarian assistance and intervention, including those aimed at refugees and internally displaced persons. Developing Countries in the Global Economy (GLOB1-GC1020) is the required concentration prerequisite course. GLOB1-GC1020 Developing Countries in the Global Economy GLOB1-GC2090 Peacebuilding and Development GLOB1-GC2100 Political Economy of Development GLOB1-GC2165 Build Your Own NGO: Organizational Development for Global Affairs Professionals GLOB1-GC2190 Global Public Health GLOB1-GC2195 Building Democracies GLOB1-GC2280 Development and Social Change: A Global Perspective GLOB1-GC2320 Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons: Protection and Practice GLOB1-GC2330 Issues in Humanitarian Assistance and Intervention GLOB1-GC2335 Philanthropy s Influence on Global Policy GLOB1-GC2340 Gender in International Affairs: Sex, Power, and Politics GLOB1-GC2385 Gender and Development: Policy and Politics GLOB1-GC2390 Gender, Politics, and the State in Development GLOB1-GC2415 Authoritarianism, Repression, and Corruption GLOB1-GC2425 Private Sector Partnerships GLOB1-GC2440 Sustainable Development GLOB1-GC2525 Water, Politics, Sustainability, and Opportunities GLOB1-GC2570 Project Management in International Development GLOB1-GC2575 The Cluster Approach: Humanitarian Aid in Praxis

5 Human Rights and International Law The proliferation of conflict in the post-cold War era, often accompanied by gross violations of law and abuses against civilian populations, has focused attention on the need to strengthen international standards of behavior and justice. International law, transitional justice, human rights, protection of the environment, national reconstruction, and international organizations are playing an increasingly important role in the discourse of international affairs. International Human Rights: Laws, Mechanisms, and Practices (GLOB1-GC2240) is the required concentration prerequisite course. GLOB1-GC2205 International Criminal Law and Tribunals (or International Justice) GLOB1-GC2215 Transitional Justice in Theory and Practice GLOB1-GC2240 International Human Rights: Laws, Mechanisms, and Practices GLOB1-GC2250 International Organizations: A Focus on Geneva GLOB1-GC2255 Human Security: A New Approach to Today s Global Challenges GLOB1-GC2315 War Crimes Prosecutions in the Former Yugoslavia: The Pitfalls and Promise of International Justice GLOB1-GC2340 Gender in International Affairs: Sex, Power, and Politics GLOB1-GC2345 The United Nations GLOB1-GC2355 Human Trafficking and People Smuggling GLOB1-GC2360 Women and Human Rights: International Law and Policy GLOB1-GC2540 Human Rights and the Environment GLOB1-GC2545 Human Rights Research and Advocacy GLOB1-GC2580 Movement Building Around Sex Trafficking in India: Theory and Practice GLOB1-GC2590 Waging Non-Violent Conflict: A Practical Workshop Peacebuilding The concentration in peacebuilding examines the methodologies and the applied strategies used to establish long-term, sustainable peace and security on a global scale. Peacebuilding emphasizes attaining stability and institutional reform on a structural level through the mediation of government institutions, nongovernmental organizations, and the United Nations. Peacemaking and Peacebuilding (GLOB1-GC1010) is the required concentration prerequisite course. GLOB1-GC1010 Peacemaking and Peacebuilding GLOB1-GC2005 Conflict Assessment: Theory and Practice GLOB1-GC2090 Peacebuilding and Development GLOB1-GC2135 Networks as Capacities for Peace GLOB1-GC2155 Post-Conflict Policies for Peace Consolidation: A Case Study Approach GLOB1-GC2275 Mediation Skills for Global Affairs GLOB1-GC2285 Explaining Civil Wars GLOB1-GC2350 Workshop in Applied Peacebuilding GLOB1-GC2365 Structures of Peace: Measurement and Application GLOB1-GC2375 Negotiation and Facilitation GLOB1-GC2380 Joint Research Seminar in Peacebuilding GLOB1-GC2455 Mediation for Global Affairs Practicum GLOB1-GC2595 Advanced Joint Research Seminar in Peacebuilding GLOB1-GC3075 Women, Peacemaking, and Peacebuilding

6 Environment/Energy Policy These courses reflect the increasing importance of energy in the formulation of foreign policy among countries the world over. Issues examined include affordable supplies for sustainable economic growth, safeguards against supply disruptions, securing a sound environment, lessening dependence on fossil fuels, oil as a source of great wealth and as a hindrance to economic diversification, the Gulf s strategic importance, and the correlations between energy interests and foreign policy. Energy and the Environment (GLOB1-GC2430) is the required concentration prerequisite course. GLOB1-GC2095 Global Climate Change GLOB1-GC2125 Clean Technology: Developments, Trends, and Opportunities GLOB1-GC2400 Introduction to Energy Policy GLOB1-GC2405 Energy, Environment, and Resource Security GLOB1-GC2410 The Geopolitics of Energy GLOB1-GC2420 The Economics and Finance of Energy GLOB1-GC2430 Energy and the Environment GLOB1-GC2440 Sustainable Development GLOB1-GC2445 Global Electricity Markets and Policy GLOB1-GC2460 Nuclear Energy, the Environment, and Proliferation GLOB1-GC2480 Energy Deals GLOB1-GC2485 Environmental Finance GLOB1-GC2490 Energy Management for Portfolios: Putting Policy into Practice GLOB1-GC2515 Applied Statistics GLOB1-GC2525 Water, Politics, Sustainability, and Opportunities GLOB1-GC2540 Human Rights and the Environment GLOB1-GC3030 Comparative Energy Politics Electives (6.0 Credits) Students select up to two additional courses from any of the above concentrations, or with the approval of the faculty advisor or program director, students may select a maximum of two courses from among designated courses in the graduate programs offered by the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, another NYU graduate program, or from the following courses that will be offered periodically. Regional Study Electives Regional courses examine world regions from a multidisciplinary perspective. Students can count one regional course toward their concentration. GLOB1-GC1060 From the Mughals to Modernity: India s Democracy and its Discontents GLOB1-GC1100 Inside Latin America GLOB1-GC1105 Europe in the 21st Century GLOB1-GC1110 Inside Africa Today GLOB1-GC1115 Asia Today: An Introduction GLOB1-GC1125 Transformations in Central Asia: A Global Context GLOB1-GC1130 Russia and the World GLOB1-GC1135 The Mideast: National Security, Politics, and Society GLOB1-GC1140 Vietnam and ASEAN at the Vortex of Geopolitics and the World Economy in the 21st Century GLOB1-GC1150 The Great Game Redux: The Geopolitics of Afghanistan and Central Asia

7 Study-Away Electives Study-away elective courses include components of in-class preparation and short-term travel to the studied region. These courses exist as independent electives, but also can satisfy course requirements for some concentrations. GLOB1-GC2185 Chile: Democracy of Institutions and Social Market-Friendly Development GLOB1-GC2315 War Crimes Prosecutions in the Former Yugoslavia: The Pitfalls and Promise of International Justice GLOB1-GC2325 Vietnam/ASEAN Field Intensive GLOB1-GC2370 Prague and Beyond: Security and Transition in Central Europe GLOB1-GC2435 Bolivia: A Case Study in Sustainable Development GLOB1-GC2580 Movement Building Around Sex Trafficking in India: Theory and Practice GLOB1-GC3000 China s Reemergence: The Changing Political, Economic, and Social Landscape GLOB1-GC3005 Cuba in the World: An Intercambio GLOB1-GC3010 Ghana: A Case Study in Development GLOB1-GC3020 South Africa: Challenges of Transformations GLOB1-GC3025 The Arab-Israeli Conflict GLOB1-GC3040 The Two Worlds of India: Poverty and the Economic Rise of New India GLOB1-GC3070 Moscow: Security, Stress, and Stability in the New Russia Optional Courses Students may take the following courses with approval from the program. GLOB1-GC3905 Internship GLOB1-GC3915 Independent Study Total number of required credits 42 Credits 7 P /15

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