Multi-Year Schedule

For a complete list of courses currently being offered through the Center for Advanced Governmental Studies, please visit this semester’s course schedule.

Notes: All required courses are offered every semester.  This schedule is subject to change.  Please also keep in mind that the electives offered through the Center’s other programs (MA in Global Security Studies, MA in Public Management and Certificate in Nonprofit Management) count as electives toward the MA in Government.

 

Summer 2013

470.709 – Introduction to Quantitative Methods
470.787 – Current Policy Issues in Health Care Reform
470.615 – Speechwriting:  Theory and Practice
470.610 – American Political Thought (online)
470.619 – State Politics and Policymaking
470.684 – Legislative Language and Policymaking
470.641 – Government by Contract
470.638 – Negotiating as a Leadership Skill
470.661 – Constitutional Law
470.673 – Numbers, Pictures, and Politics

Fall 2013

470.695 – Proseminar:  Essentials of Public and Private Management
470.741 – Democracy and Elections (online)
470.658 – Religion and American Political Culture
470.620 – Energy and Environmental Policymaking in the Global Economy
470.727 – Equality Law and Social Welfare Policy
470.609 – Leadership Skills in the 21st Century (online)
470.735 – Politics and the New Journalism
470.688 – Political Institutions and the Policy Process
470.678 – Governing in Mexico and America: Trade, Migration, and Security
470.687 – Political  Psychology and Behavior: Understanding Why and How Americans Engage in Politics (online)

Spring 2014

470.687 – The Political and Social Media Revolutions
470.729 – The Presidency and Congress
470.637 – Lobbying and Influence
470.644 – Democracy and Its Modern Critics (online)
470.649 – Behind the Numbers: Polling and American Elections (online)
470.705 – Rule of Law and Democratic Institutions
470.628 – Parties, Campaigns, and Elections
470.654 – Global Trade Policy and Competition
470.686 – Contemporary Congressional Politics

Summer 2014

470.691 – Media and Public Policy
470.709 – Introduction to Quantitative Methods
470.787 – Current Policy Issues in Health Care Reform
470.615 – Speechwriting:  Theory and Practice
470.610 – American Political Thought (online)
470.619 – State Politics and Policymaking
470.684 – Legislative Language and Policymaking
470.641 – Government by Contract
470.638 – Negotiating as a Leadership Skill
470.730 – Intellectual Property Law
470.617 – The Courts and Public Policy (online)

Fall 2014

470.695 – Proseminar:  Essentials of Public and Private Management
470.661 – Constitutional Law
470.658 – Religion and American Political Culture (online)
470.727 – Equality Law and Social Welfare Policy
470.620 – Energy and Environmental Policymaking in the Global Economy
470.609 – Leadership Skills in the 21st Century (online)
470.735 – Politics and the New Journalism
470.688 – Political Institutions and the Policy Process
470.678 – Governing in Mexico and America: Trade, Migration, and Security
470.687 – Political  Psychology and Behavior: Understanding Why and How Americans Engage in Politics (online)

State-specific Information for Online Programs

Note: Students should be aware of state-specific information for online programs. For more information, please contact an admissions representative.