IGA-100: International and Global Affairs:Concepts and Applications

Semester: Spring

Credit: 1.0

Syllabus: Click here for syllabus

Faculty: Steven Miller


Day Time Location
First Day 1/28
Meet Day T/Th 2:40 PM - 4:00 PM L280
Review F 11:40 AM - 1:00 PM L230


This course is a wide-ranging introduction to the core principles of international and global affairs. Introductory sessions will cover key concepts and theories of international relations and global governance and the challenges of policy analysis in these domains. Subsequent weeks will apply these ideas to diverse set of policy problems reflecting the current agendas of professionals working in international and global affairs. Individual IGA faculty will cover topics drawn from their own research and policy interests. The course also emphasizes skill development, through an array of written and oral exercises and team activities.

Open to MPP1 students only. Required for IGA concentrators and preference given to students intending to concentrate in IGA.