Our Offerings

The courses offered at Harvard Kennedy School provide an enriching curricular experience, and are organized around our seven academic areas. They include core courses that are required for earning a degree, along with electives, modules and January-term options to cater to different interests and schedules.

While classroom learning is integral to an HKS education, it is elevated by the many extra-curricular activities and programs, including lectures, seminars, brown bags, conferences and experiential learning, on- and off-campus.

Course Number

Course Title

Instructors

API-205 Politics and Policies: What Can Data Tell Us?
DPI-415 Comparative Politics and Policy
DPI-450 The Political Economy of Transition in China
DPI-515 Disability Law and Policy
IGA-100 International and Global Affairs: Concepts and Applications
IGA-103 Global Governance
IGA-121 Religion and World Politics: Connections and Collisions
IGA-140 Geopolitics, Human Rights, and the Future of Statecraft
IGA-147 Civil Resistance: How It Works
IGA-150Y Seminar: International and Global Affairs
IGA-165M Corporate Responsibility and New Governance Models
IGA-220 The Politics and Ethics of the Use of Force
IGA-229 Violence, Gender, and Global Politics
IGA-342M Human Rights Dilemmas in Child Protection
IGA-344M International Perspectives on Justice for Children
IGA-351M Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery
IGA-353M Middle East Field Study Course: Humanitarian Negotiations on the Frontlines
IGA-355M Migration and Human Rights
IGA-367M Preventing Mass Atrocities: War and Justice in the 21st Century
IGA-385 Strategizing for Human Rights: Moving from Ideals to Practice