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Certificate of Graduate Study in American Foreign Policy
This certificate is designed to provide an understanding both of the moral and philosophical principles underlying U.S. foreign policy as well as the history of its conduct since America became a world power.The program also covers selected policy issues.
Introductory Courses (Required): American Founding Principles and Foreign Policy; History of American Foreign Policy; U.S. Foreign Policy: Current and Future Challenges.
One Area-Study Course (Required): Chinese Grand Strategy: Foreign and Military Policy; Islam and Geopolitics in Eurasia; Islam in Contemporary Global Politics; U.S.-Latin American Relations: Threats and Opportunities; Russian Politics and Foreign Policy; U.S.-African Relations.
One of the Following Courses: Economic Statecraft and Conflict; Immigration and National Security; Problems of Promoting Regime Change and Democracy; Japan: Old and New; U.S. Intelligence in the Cold War and Beyond; Western Moral Tradition and American Foreign Policy.
# of Credits Required: 20
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): $1,000
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