Your Career: Capitol Hill/Campaigning

The Fletcher School offers a rigorous, yet flexible curriculum to let you tailor your graduate education to the international career of your choice. The following Fletcher courses can help you launch or advance your career on Capitol Hill.

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Advanced Seminar on International Trade and Investment

Classics of International Relations

Climate Change and Clean Energy Policy

Theories of Conflict and Conflict Resolution

Data Analysis and Statistical Methods

Elements of International Environmental Policy

Foundations of Policy Analysis

History of Financial Turbulence and Crises

International Relations Theory and Practice

International Treaty Behavior: A Perspective on Globalization

Islam and the West

Leadership In Public and Private Sector Organizations

Legal and Institutional Aspects of International Trade

NATO in the Balance: 21st Century Transatlantic Relations

Humanitarian Action In Complex Emergencies

Seminar on Internal Conflicts and War

The Role of Force in International Politics

The United States and East Asia

United States Public Diplomacy

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Our Alumni

Elliot Ackerman

Elliot Ackerman


There was a moment five years ago when Elliot Ackerman (MALD ’03) found himself and his U.S. Marine Corps unit in Farah, a very violent and rugged Afghan province on the western border with Iran. As a Marine special operator, he was helping train a group of Afghan commandos, the equivalent of the U.S. Army’s Rangers. Read more

Our Alumni

Isabel Sepulveda


U.S. Trade and Development Agency

“Fletcher opened my eyes to how private companies operate in emerging economies, and in turn how that furthers development,” she says. “My work at USTDA is a real world model and allows me to operate at the intersection of international business and development.” Read more