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MPP and MPA Programs

Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) - MPA and MIA

Program Comparison Highlights

Institutional Structure: The School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) is one of 16 schools within Columbia University.

Curriculum Design: The Columbia SIPA MPA is notable in several respects. It is, like the Princeton Woodrow Wilson MPA, one of the few MPA degrees that is offered by a school that also specializes in international affairs. With an 18-course degree, the SIPA MPA has one of the highest course requirements of any MPP/MPA program. It also offers one of the largest number of course electives within its program (almost 200). Our PEACO calculations below suggest that typical students take about 75% of their course work in policy-oriented subjects and 25% in management-oriented subjects. Typical students take about 23% of their course work in subjects with high math-economics content. This places the Columbia MPA in the "high course requirement, highly policy-oriented, higher math-economics content" curricular type, along with such programs as the Princeton MPA and the Chicago MPP (see MPP/MPA Curricular Types). Among peers in its curricular type, the Columbia MPA has as a very high number of courses and a high proportion of courses taught within the school. The Columbia SIPA MIA has very similar characteristics, with slightly more emphasis on "archetypal international affairs" subject matter and slightly less on "archetypal public affairs" subject matter.

Professional Program Features: SIPA's Office of Career Services "offers numerous ways to assist current students and alumni with their job search and professional networking, some of which are in the form of personalized appointments tailored to your specific career questions. Students and alumni can set up one-on-one appointments with either an OCS Career Adviser or a SIPA Career Coach" (at, accessed 20 February 2015). SIPA has 5 research centres and institutes: (Center for Development Economics and Policy; Center for International Conflict Resolution (CICR); Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP); The Center on Global Economic Governance (CGEG); ; and Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies (SIWPS), see (accessed 20 May 2015). 

Program Summary

Website: and

University: Columbia University

Location: New York City

Degree: Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Master of International Affairs (MIA)

Note 1: SIPA also offers the MPA through the Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA) program "for the experienced and ambitious professional, who is looking for a top-quality and practical graduate program, but cannot take the time off to pursue full-time study. Students who successfully complete all requirements of the program will be awarded the degree of Master of Public Administration (MPA)," at, accessed 20 February 2015). "Students enrolled in the Executive MPA program may complete the degree in either two or three years of study, depending on the course load they wish to carry. All students complete a set of core courses and choose between three concentrations. The program requires students to complete a total of 54 points, up to 9 of which are granted for professional and management work experience, and 45 are earned during the program of study. Upon approval of their academic advisor, students may transfer a total of two courses (6 points) from outside EMPA course offerings towards graduation requirements." Students who successfully complete all requirements of the program will be awarded the degree of Master of Public Administration (MPA). 

Marketing Approach: "The most global public policy school, where an international community of students and faculty address world challenges" (at, accessed 20 February 2015.)  "For more than 60 years, Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs has been educating professionals who work in public, private and nonprofit organizations to make a difference in the world. Through rigorous social science research and hands-on practice, SIPA’s graduates and faculty strive to improve social services, advocate for human rights, strengthen markets, protect the environment, and secure peace, in their home communities and around the world. The curricula of SIPA’s seven degree programs all combine training in analytical methods and practical management skills to ensure that graduates are prepared to understand problems and implement solutions. Students combine these core skills with a focus on a policy area of their choice, and they typically engage in a practice-oriented capstone or workshop experience toward the end of their studies. The School draws its strengths from the resources of New York City and Columbia University, and yet has a global reach, with a student body that is 50 percent international; 17,000 graduates in more than 150 countries; and educational partners in global cities such as London, Paris, Berlin, Singapore, Beijing, Mexico City, and São Paulo." (At, accessed 20 February 2015.) 

Degrees Awarded per Year: MPA: approximately 195; MIA: approximately 205. (Based on the enrollment statistics for 2013-14 on page 50 of the SIPA Annual Report 2013-2014, at, accessed 18 May 2015.)

Academic Unit within University: The School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) is one of 16 schools within Columbia University. It was given its present name in 1981, four years after the School of International Affairs (founded, 1946) began offering the Master of Public Administration degree. SIPA has had the power of appointing its own faculty since the early 1990s. (See, accessed 20 February 2015.)

Related Academic Units and Degrees: SIPA offers the following degrees: Master of International Affairs; Master of Public Administration; MPA in Environmental Science; MPA in Development Practice; PhD in Sustainable Development.

Posted Fees: $54,049 per year, including health insurance fee, for 2015-16 (at, accessed 17 May 2015).

Concentration/Curriculum Overview: The MPA and MIA degree requirements and curricular design are almost identical. The SIPA website shows a comparison at: There appear to be three major differences. The first is that the MIA requires "proficiency in a language other than English is required for graduation" where "proficiency is defined as the ability to read, write and speak the language at the Intermediate II level." The MPA has no language requirement. The second is that the core curriculum for the MIA includes a 4-point course on Conceptual Foundations of International Politics (INAF U6800-6804) while the MPA requires a 4-point course on Politics of Policymaking (either PUAF U6110-6113 or PUAF U6120-6122). The third is that, as a consequence of the non-English language requirement, the MIA has one more course than the MPA in the core curriculum (25.5 credits rather than 22.5 credits) and one fewer elective course (4.5 credits rather than 7.5 credits).

MPA and MIA Degree Requirements

The MPA curriculum has been designed to develop public affairs professionals, who understand the increasingly complex issues shaping local and national level policies and projects and who have the analytical and managerial skills to apply their knowledge to real world situations. Although the students and faculty in the MPA program focus on local and national projects, they do so in a global context, drawing on the international strengths of SIPA. MPA students and faculty come from around the world, with international students constituting more than 50% of the student body. They work on a variety of local and national issues, ranging from economic development in Kazakhstan, to environmental issues in Japan, to municipal bond ratings or city management in New York. Corresponding to the career interests of MPA students, this curriculum draws on the vast international resources of SIPA, Columbia and the Global Public Policy Network to address a wide variety of local and national level policy issues in a rapidly globalizing context." (At, accessed 20 February 2015.)

"The MIA curriculum develops international affairs professionals who understand complex transnational issues and can manage real-world organizations. The MIA core includes courses on international issues and requires students to demonstrate proficiency in a language other than English. It also requires an internship, usually performed during the summer after the first year of course work, and a Capstone workshop to provide hands-on experience in real-life assignments for diverse organizations in the public, private, and non-profit sectors." (At, accessed 8 March 2015.)

Core Curriculum: MPA - The purpose of the core curriculum is to ensure that every student in the MPA program receives basic, broad-based, interdisciplinary training in public affairs. This includes graduate-level course work in economics, statistics, the politics of policymaking, and management. Students are required to take a two-semester course in economics, one course on politics (Politics of Policymaking), and one-semester courses in statistics, management, and financial management. Politics of Policymaking, economics, and statistics must be taken during the first year. Other core requirements can be distributed throughout a student’s program of study. Students also are required to complete Professional Development during their first year; this is a two-session course that focuses on career advancement strategies.

MIA - The purpose of the core curriculum is to ensure that every student in the MIA program receives basic, broad-based, interdisciplinary training in international affairs. This includes graduate-level course work in economics, statistics, interstate relations and management. Students must also demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language. Students are required to take a year-long course in international economics, two international politics courses (Conceptual Foundations of International Politics and one course in interstate relations), and one-semester courses in statistics, management, and financial management. Conceptual Foundations, Economics, Statistics, and Professional Development must be taken during the first year. Other core requirements can be distributed throughout a student’s program of study.

Policy Concentration Curricula: MIA and MPA: All students choose one of 6 policy field concentrations: Economic and Political Development, Energy and Environment (includes tracks in energy and environment), Human Rights and Humanitarian Policy, International Finance and Economic Policy (includes tracks in finance and economic policy), International Security Policy, or Urban and Social Policy. The requirements differ but typically require 5 or 6 courses from a longer list (See, accessed 20 February 2015).

Specialization Curricula: MIA and MPA: All students choose one of 6 specializations (similar to a minor) consisting of three courses (9 points) focused on a skill or area of specialized knowledge to complement their policy concentration.

Duration: 2 years (4 semesters, usually with an internship during the summer).

Academic Prerequisite: "Because SIPA’s core curriculum includes economics, statistics, and financial management, the Admissions Committee looks for evidence of a candidate's ability to undertake quantitative coursework at the graduate level. There are no specific prerequisites for admission, but the Committee prefers applicants who have completed introductory courses in macro- and microeconomics. Broadly speaking, courses in economics, statistics, and mathematics will bolster an applicant’s candidacy and provide a helpful foundation for study here. To complete the (optional) higher-level economics sequence requires familiarity with calculus, and even the lower-level sequence assumes an understanding of algebra. Applicants lacking any quantitative background are therefore encouraged to consider enrolling in high-level mathematics courses above all else, and if possible a statistics course as well. To pursue careers in certain fields — development economics, quantitative policy analysis, trade, finance, environmental economics, energy policy, and international banking — requires an even higher level of preparation before enrolling at SIPA — namely, completion of calculus and an intermediate micro- and macroeconomic sequence at the undergraduate or graduate level. Students without an economics background who are interested in pursuing these fields are strongly encouraged to make up this deficiency before applying to SIPA. No particular undergraduate major is required, but those looking ahead to possible study at SIPA can take courses in international relations, political science, foreign languages, and history. Applicants whose fields of study were far from the international relations or public administration fields are advised to address with extra care in their essay why they now wish to “change gears” and study at SIPA. The only truly common thread uniting successful applicants to SIPA is that most have had at least three years of work or internship experience relevant to their intended course of study. Our students come from every corner of the globe, with vastly different professional backgrounds and work experience. But experience at an international relief organization, a government agency, a nonprofit or nongovernmental organization, or a corporation with operations in the international sphere (to name a few examples) will certainly make your application more competitive. Each year, 5 to 10 percent of accepted students come directly from undergraduate institutions. These are individuals with extraordinary academic records who have also had significant internship or study abroad experience. In some cases, recent undergraduates with very strong academic credentials are not offered admission but are encouraged to reapply after they have gained at least one year or more of relevant work experience." (At, accessed 20 February 2015.) 

Number of One-Semester-Equivalent Courses Required for Completion: 18. See Note 2.

Note 2: The MPA and MIA requirement is 54 credits (see, accessed 8 March 2015) although the Sample Program ( has 57 points plus a required Internship worth 1-3 points (depending on duration).

Number of Required Courses: MPA 8.5; MIA 9.5

Number of Electives Typically Taken (difference between above two entries): 11.5 Note 3: This number is derived through the PEACO Algorithm, which takes account of options within required courses.

Number of Courses Offered within Program: 205

Comprehensive Examination: No

Thesis Required: No

Internship Required: Yes

International Study Required: No

Co-curricular Activities Supportive to Degree

Professional Development and Career Support: Yes

Student-run Journal: Yes, The Morningside Post, the student-run newspaper of Columbia|SIPA, at  

Applied Projects: Yes

Pro Bono Consulting: Not indicated

Courses Offered: The SIPA courses can be searched at The results of a search on 20 February 2015 is found at: SIPA Course List 20 Feb 2015.

Students may also take electives from outside the School: "As part of the Columbia community, SIPA students are often said to be spoiled for choice. They have access to the resources of a major urban university comprising 16 separate schools, 22 libraries, and five affiliated institutions. During any given year, they choose more than 1,000 courses offered throughout the University, drawing on the resources of the social science departments and the schools of business, law, journalism, social work, public health, engineering and applied science, and architecture, as well as Teachers College," at, accessed 20 February 2015. 

Course Material Online: One-paragraph course descriptions at; full syllabi are not publicly available online. 

Instructional Distribution (PEACO Profile): The table below indicates the distribution of instruction offered, based on the course assignments to subjects in the Course Map below, weighted by estimated enrolment determined by the PEACO Algorithm.   





Curricular Type Parameters

Number of Courses Required for Graduation



Math-Economics Subjects (EA, QM, Macro, Fin Markets)



Policy-Oriented Subjects



Management-Oriented Subjects



Enrolment-Adjusted Course Distribution

Analysis and Skill Subjects



  - Policy and Management Analysis



  - Economic Analysis




  - Quantitative  and Analytic Methods



  - Leadership and Communication Skills



Institutions and Context Subjects



  - Democratic Institutions and Policy Process



  - Ethics, Rights and Accountability



  - Socioeconomic, Political, and Global Contexts



Management Function Subjects



  - Public Financial Management



  - Evaluation and Performance Measurement



  - Other Management Functions



Policy Sector Subjects



  - Macroeconomic Policy



  - International Development



  - Health



  - Other Policy Sectors






Competency Gap Analysis (in Course-Weeks of Instruction)

Course-Weeks in Core Subjects taken by Typical Student



Surplus or Shortfall Relative to Core Competency Requirement

  - Policy and Management Analysis (CCR = 18 course-weeks)



  - Economic Analysis (CCR = 12)



  - Quantitative Methods (CCR = 12)



  - Analytic Methods (CCR = 6)



  - Leadership Skills (CCR = 9)



  - Communication Skills (CCR = 3 courses)



  - Democratic Institutions and Policy Process (CCR = 18)



  - Ethics, Rights and Accountability (CCR = 6 courses)



  - Socioeconomic and Political Context (CCR = 6)



  - Global Context (CCR = 3)



  - Public Financial Management (CCR = 6)



  - Evaluation and Performance Measurement (CCR = 6)



  - Human Resource Management (CCR = 3)



  - Information and Technology Management (CCR = 3)



  - Macroeconomic Policy (CCR = 6)



  - Environment and Sustainability (CCR = 3)



Subject-Matter Shortfall for Typical Student (Sum of Shortfalls)



Additional Parameters

Total Courses Listed



Courses Designated as Required (inc. Specialization Reqs)



Archetypal Public Affairs Subjects (P&MA, EA, QM, DI&PP)



Archetypal International Affairs Subjects (GC, ID, DS&FR)



Courses Required and Offered

Courses Required to Graduate



Required Courses



Elective Courses Taken by Typical Student



Elective Courses Listed



Enrolment Weight of Elective Course



Total Courses Listed




Source: At and related sites (accessed 20 February 2015).

Page Created By: Ian Clark on 20 February 2015, last updated 11 March 2015. Updating and editing may consist of substantive and/or formatting changes. Unless otherwise noted, however, information regarding a program's structure, curricular offerings and PEACO score is based on the program as it was on the date of page creation. The content presented on this page, except for the assignments of courses to Atlas subjects, the Instructional Distribution analysis, and the Commentary is drawn directly from the source(s) cited above, and consists of direct quotations or close paraphrases.

Columbia MPA Course Map
 C o u r s e s  O f f e r e d,  l i s t e d  b y  P u b l i c  P o l i c y  a n d  M a n a g e m e n t  S u b j e c t

Analysis and Skills

 Policy and Management Analysis

  SIPA U6003 Analysis of Public Sector Organizations (R/9)
  SIPA U6005 Effective Management in the Public Service (R/9)
  SIPA U6008 Fostering Innovation and Driving Improvement in the Public and Non-Profit Sectors (R/9)
  SIPA U6013 Strategy, Law and Competitiveness (R/9)

 Economic Analysis

  SIPA U4200 Economics for International & Public Affairs 1 (R/2)
  SIPA U4202 Economics for International & Public Affairs II (R/2)
  SIPA U6400 Economic Analysis for International & Public Affairs I (R/2)
  SIPA U6401 Economic Analysis for International & Public Affairs II (R/2)
  INAF U8162 Foundations of Individual Choice with Applications in Economics, Finance and Public Policy (1/2)

 Quantitative Methods

  SIPA U6500 Quantitative Analysis for Public and International Affairs (R)
  INAF U6604 Applied Econometrics

 Analytic Methods

  INAF U6016 Cost-Benefit Analysis
  ENVP U6275 GIS for International Studies
  PUAF U6033 Decision Models & Management
  PUAF U6801 Negotiation & Conflict Resolution
  INAF U6003 Coding for Development and Social Change (1/3)
  INAF U6512 Data Driven Approaches for Campaigns and Advocacy
  PUAF U4400 Campaign Management in the United States
  PUAF U6217 Operations Management
  PUAF U8203 Project Management
  INAF U6004 Programming for Entrepreneurs (1/2)
  INAF U6510 Managing Data Analytics for Development and Social Impact
  INAF U6907 Principles and Techniques of Fundraising
  PUAF U6260 Management for Development Professionals

 Leadership Skills

  SIPA U6010 Enterprise Strategy for Leaders (R/9)
  SIPA U6012 The Dynamics of Leadership (R/9)
  INAF U6372 Policy and Women's Leadership (1/2)
  INAF U6226 Leadership and Innovative Policy Making
  PUAF U6032 Leading and Sustaining Change: Frameworks, Tools and Skills (1/2)

 Communication Skills

  Language Proficiency Requirement for MIA (MIA: R)
  INAF U8183 Tools for Advocacy
  INAF U6120 Tools and Craft of Multi-Platform Storytelling
  INAF U6203 Digital Activism
  INAF U6207 International Reporting
  INAF U6216 Reporting for Print and Online (The Morningside Post) (1/2)
  INAF U6921 Magazine Writing with an International Dateline
  INAF U6925 Unconventional Foreign Correspondence
  INAF U8122 Speech Writing and Political Rhetoric

Multiple Subjects

 Capstone Courses, Internships, Major Projects, Theses, etc.

  SIPA U9013 Internship (R)
  SIPA U4040 Professional Development Career Conference (1/6) (R)
  SIPA U9000 Capstone Workshop (R/2)
  SIPA U9001 Workshop in Development Practice (R/2)
  INAF U6901 Journal of International Affairs

Institutions and Context

 Democratic Institutions and Policy Process

  PUAF U6110,113 Politics of Policymaking in 'Advanced' Democracies (MPA: 2R/3)
  PUAF U6120,12 Politics of Policymaking: Comparative Perspectives (MPA: 2R/3)
  INAF U6296 Democracy and Democratiziation: Theories, Institutions, Policies and Practices

 Ethics, Rights and Accountability

  INAF U4090 Accountability in Humanitarian Assistance (1/2)
  INAF U6041 Corporate Social Responsibility: A Human Rights Approach
  PUAF U6850 Local & Global Corruption: Maneuvering Toward Good Governance
  REGN U6149 Energy, Corporate Responsibility & Human Rights
  INAF U4759 Human Rights Practicum (1/3)
  INAF U8166 Rethinking Human Rights and Humanitarism
  INAF U8818 Topics in International Ethics
  INAF U6376 LGBT Rights Internationally: Contemporary Issues and Fundamental Principles (1/2)

 Social and Political Context

  INAF U4409 Political, Social & Economic Development in Brazil (1/2)
  INAF U4410 Political, Social & Economic Development in Brazil II (1/2)
  INAF U6373 Gender Policy Practicum (1/2)
  INAF U6375 Gender and Livelihoods: From Displacement to Early Recovery
  INAF U6144 Communication, Human Rights and Social Change

 Intergovernmental and Global Context

  INAF U6800,U6804 Conceptual Foundations of International Politics (MIA: 4R/3)
  INAF U6139 International Organizations
  INAF U6359 Global Economic Governance
  INAF U6362 Global Collective Action
  INAF U6751 International Human Rights Law
  INAF U6772 Global Inequality
  INAF U6820 Theory of International Political Economy
  INAF U8560 Managing The UN System
  INAF U6352 United Nations and Globalization
  INAF U6374 Mainstreaming Gender in Global Affairs
  INAF U6490 International Humanitarian Law
  INAF U6802 International Law
  INAF U8189 The Politics of History and Reconciliation

Management Functions

 Public Financial Management

  SIPA U6200 Accounting for International & Public Affairs (R/4)
  SIPA U6310 Nonprofit Financial Management (R/4)
  SIPA U6320 Budgeting and Financial Management for Government (R/4)
  INAF U6058 Public Finance & Debt Management

 Evaluation and Performance Measurement

  INAF U6891 Impact Evaluations in Practice (1/2)
  INAF U6898 Program Evaluation and Design
  INAF U8827 Program Evaluation for Development Applications

 Human Resource Management

 Information Management and Technology

  INAF U6209 E-Government & Digital Diplomacy

 Program and Service Delivery

 Regulatory Policy and Management

 Nonprofit Management and Advocacy

  SIPA U6011 Management & Administration of Nonprofit Organizations (R/9)
  INAF U6053 Creating a Social Enterprise
  INAF U8180 Human Rights Skills and Advocacy
  PUAF U6028 Public-Private Partnerships to Foster Effective, Sustainable and Scalable Nonprofits (1/2)
  PUAF U8207 Creating and Managing Effective Nonprofits

Policy Sectors

 Macroeconomic Policy

  INAF U6018 International Finance & Monetary Theory
  INAF U6090 Tax Policy: Economics & Law

 International Development

  SIPA U6002 Governance and Public Management in Developing Countries: A Practice Perspective (R/9)
  INAF U4420 Oil, Rights and Development (1/3)
  INAF U6046 Media and Economic Development
  INAF U6085 The Economic Development of Latin America
  INAF U6115 Cost Benefit Analysis for Developing Economies
  INAF U6163 Political Economy of African Development
  INAF U6190 Complex Emergencies: Root Causes to Rebuilding
  INAF U6205 Technopolitics, Democracy and Development
  INAF U6211 Technology Solutions for Development & Social Change
  INAF U6303 Financial Inclusion: Models and Products to Enhance Financial Access for the Poor
  INAF U6368 Women and Globalization (1/2)
  INAF U6371 Globalizing Reproduction: Care, Childbearing and Gender in International Perspective (1/2)
  INAF U6405 Human Rights & Development Policy
  INAF U6412 State & Society in the Developing World
  INAF U6827 Methods for Development Practice
  INAF U6488 Seminar on Latin America: Challenges to Progress
  INAF U6495 Politics & Practice of Humanitarian Assistance in the New Millennium (1/2)
  INAF U6497 Humanitarian Crisis-East Congo (1/3)
  INAF U6538 State Building in the Developing World
  INAF U6601 Topics in Trade, Growth and Development
  INAF U6735 Issues in Rural Development
  INAF U6775 Indian Economy in Transition
  INAF U8099 Emerging Market Investment Climate
  INAF U8145 Advanced Economic Development for International Affairs
  INAF U8150 Economic Transformations in New Democracies
  INAF U8243 Politics and Public Sector Reform in Developing Countries
  INAF U8246 Comparative Development: East Asia and Its Lessons
  INAF U8350 Microfinance and the Developing World
  INAF U8354 Micro & Small Enterprise Development
  INAF U8785 Gender, Politics, and Development
  INAF U6042 Energy Business & Economic Development

 Social Policy and Welfare

  INAF U6475 Social Policy and Inclusive Development



  INAF U6653 Higher Education, Policy and Development in Asia
  PUAF U6460 Benchmarking Education and Skills Development (1/2)
  INAF U8201 Developing Civic Support for Public Education (1/2)

 Employment, Labour and Immigration

  PUAF U6123 Immigration Politics and Policy

 Cities, Urban and Regional Development

  INAF U8778 Urban Energy Systems & Policy
  ENVP U6239 The Politics and Policy of Urban Sustainability
  PUAF U4260 Critical Issues in Urban Public Policy
  PUAF U6132 Politics and Policies of Community Planning and Participation
  PUAF U6239 Comparative Urban Policy: Global Developing Cities
  PUAF U6427 Technology, Innovation and Economic Development in Cities (1/2)
  PUAF U8232 Seminar in Urban Politics and Policy
  PUAF U8238 Practical Problems in Urban Politics
  PUAF U8250 Governing the Twenty First Century City

 Environment and Sustainability

  SUMA K4100 Sustainability Management (R/9)
  ENVP U6228 Corporate Sustainable Development and the Role of Government in Advancing Environmental and Social Performance
  INAF U6243 International Environmental Policy
  INAF U6256 Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development
  ENVP U6235 Environmental Finance
  ENVP U6250 Poverty, Inequality, and the Environment
  INAF U6071 Environmental Fundamentals
  INAF U6236 History of American Ecology & Environmentalism
  INAF U6259 Adaptation to Climate Change
  SDEV U6240 Environmental Science for Sustainable Development
  Origins of Environmental Law: Regulation & Evolution

 Agriculture and Resources

  SDEV U9245 Environment & Resource Economics
  INAF U8910 Food, Farming & Famine: Struggles for Sustainability
  PUAF U6190 Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development

 Science, Technology and Innovation

  INAF U8912 Technology, Innovation and Sustainable Goals (1/2)
  INAF U6202 Communications Policy in the Digital Age

 Industry, Trade and Investment

  INAF U6017 International Trade
  REGN U8600 China's New Marketplace

 Energy, Transport and Infrastructure

  INAF U6051 Infrastructure Investment and Development (1/2)
  INAF U6429 Energy Industry in the BRICS
  INAF U6042 Energy Business & Economic Development
  INAF U6048 Oil and Gas Scenarios and Risk Analysis
  INAF U6054 Petroleum Markets & Trading
  INAF U6057 Electricity Markets
  INAF U6061 Global Energy Policy
  INAF U6066 Energy and Power Financing Markets
  INAF U6065 The Economics Of Energy
  INAF U6072 Energy Systems Fundamentals
  INAF U6074 Current Issues in Energy Policy (1/3)
  INAF U6077 Energy and Foreign Policy: Global Geopolitical Imperatives (1/3)
  INAF U6135 Renewable Energy Markets and Policy
  INAF U6242 Energy Policy

 Defence, Security and Foreign Relations

  INAF U4545 Contemporary Diplomacy
  INAF U6161 African Institutions in a Changing Regional & Global Security Environment
  INAF U6221 Navigating by Starlight - the Challenges of Conflict Resolution
  INAF U6345 Analytic Techniques for Military Policy
  INAF U6346 US Role in World Affairs I
  INAF U6347 US Role In World Affairs II
  INAF U6384 Cyberwar
  INAF U6387 Terrorism & Counterterrorism
  INAF U6388 Modern Urban Terrorism
  INAF U6393 Evolving Military Strategy Post-9/11
  INAF U6398 Unconventional Warriors
  INAF U6389 State Formation, Violence, and Intervention in the Modern World
  INAF U6399 Weapons of Mass Destruction
  INAF U6416 Third World Security Issues
  INAF U6430 East Asian Security Issues and Topics
  INAF U6445 Talking with the Enemy
  INAF U6485 Law & Politics of Conflict Management and Intervention
  INAF U6564 Applied Peacebuilding: Fieldwork
  INAF U6750 China & Human Rights
  INAF U6794 Ideas and American Foreign Policy
  INAF U6798 Central Issues in American Foreign Policy
  INAF U6848 Threat Financing and Anti-Money Laundering (1/2)
  INAF U6869 The Evolution of Civil War Mediation Strategy
  INAF U8621 US-China Negotiation Workshop
  INAF U8690 Managing Humanitarian Emergencies
  INAF U6869 The Evolution of Civil War Mediation Strategy
  INAF U6871 War, Peace & Strategy
  INAF U6880 Planning U.S. Military Forces
  INAF U8136 US Foreign Policy-Persian Gulf
  INAF U8142 Intelligence & Foreign Policy
  INAF U8421 The Latin American Left Today, In and Out of Power
  INAF U8488 Contemporary Russian Security Policy
  INAF U8507 The Security Council and Peacekeeping in Africa in the 21st Century
  INAF U8559 Building Peace After Conflict (1/2)
  INAF U8566 China's Security and the Peoples' Liberation Army
  INAF U8882 Practicum on Education in Emergencies (1/2)
  INAF U8909 Environment, Conflict & Resolution Strategies
  REGN U6660 Security and International Politics of the Persian Gulf
  REGN U6719 Middle East Conflicts and Global Security
  REGN U6545 Human Rights in the Western Balkans (1/2)
  REGN U8090 The Transatlantic Economy
  REGN U8588 Modern Iran: From Monarchy to Islamic Republic
  REGN U8753 International News Reporting in Russia & its Neighbors
  REGN U8755 Ukraine: Power Politics & Diplomacy
  REGN U8757 Ukraine's Foreign Policy: Russia, Europe and the US

 Policing and Justice Administration

 Arts and Culture

 Financial Markets

  INAF U6022 Economics of Finance (R/4)
  INAF U6039 International Banking
  INAF U6040 International Energy Project Finance
  INAF U6045 International Capital Markets
  INAF U6301 Corporate Finance
  INAF U8675 Emerging Capital Markets: Theory & Practice
  INAF U8685 Asian Financial Markets
  INAF U8689 Global Financial Services in the 21st Century
  REGN U6415 Financial Issues in Latin America
  INAF U6021 European Banking Post Crisis
  INAF U6192 Selected Issues on the Federal Reserve and Financial Markets (1/3)
  INAF U6636 Banking in Brazil, a Comparative Examination
  INAF U8210 Managing Political Risk (1/2)
  INAF U8211 Political Risk Analysis and Communication (1/2)
  INAF U8835 New Venture Practicum (1/2)

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