Courses

COURSES

The Fletcher School offers a large number of courses that are of interest to people who seek to pursue a career in social change in complex environments. Below, these courses are organized by subject. Within each of these subjects, however, there is tremendous diversity: some courses are more theoretical, others more operational, others still more policy oriented; some courses are single-disciplinary, while others happily disregard any disciplinary boundaries.

For more information on each of these courses, check the course description pages or contact the professor. Note that changes in the actual course list occur frequently, so do check the course listings in order to get the most up-to-date information. Also, finally, note that The Fletcher School also has a wide range of course offerings in related areas, which can be combined with a human security focus, e.g., the environment, security studies, management, and many more.

Development

  • ILO L250: Law and Development
  • DHP D233: Daily Risks and Crisis Events: How People and Planners Cope with Vulnerability
  • DHP D236: Global Migration and Displacement
  • DHP P214: Introduction to Global Health
  • DHP P219: International Political Economy of Development
  • DHP P222m01: Development Aid, Policies and Challenges
  • DHP P222m02: Development Aid – Tools of the Trade
  • DHP P227: Development and human rights
  • DHP P224: Cultural Values and Development
  • DHP P227: Advanced Seminar in Development and Conflict Resolution
  • DHP P228: Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for International Development and Peace-building
  • DHP P293: Democracy and State Reform in Latin America
  • EIB E250: Economic Problems of Latin America
  • EIB E232m: Economic Growth
  • EIB E233m: Finance, Growth and Business Cycles
  • EIB E240: Development Economics
  • EIB E241: Micro Development Economics: Poverty Reduction Policy Analysis for Developing Countries
  • EIB E242: Microeconomics of Development
  • EIB E243: Seminar on Agriculture and Rural Development in Developing Countries
  • EIB E244m: Module on the Political Economy of Reform, Growth, and Equity
  • EIB E254: The Political Economy of China
  • EIB B226m: Large Investment and International Project Finance
  • EIB B227: Islamic Banking and Finance
  • EIB B234: Seminar on Strategic Management in Privatizing and Deregulating Industries
  • EIB B241: Microfinance: Issues and Breakthroughs

Conflict Resolution

  • ILO L224: Seminar on Peace Operations
  • ILO L252 Rule of Law in Post Conflict Societies
  • DHP D220: Processes of International Negotiation
  • DHP D221: Seminar on International Mediation
  • DHP D223: Conflict Resolution Theory
  • DHP D228: Protracted Social Conflict
  • DHP P247: Civil-Military Relations in Post-Conflict Environments
  • DHP D229: Politics and Processes of Reconciliation: Transitional Justice and Multicultural Citizenships
  • DHP P204m: Qualitative Research in Communities Affected by War
  • DHP P225m: Advanced Seminar in Project Evaluation and Learning
  • DHP P226m: Corruption, Conflict and Peacebuilding
  • DHP P227: Advanced Seminar in Development and Conflict Resolution
  • DHP P228: Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for International Development and Peacebuilding
  • DHP P251: International Environmental Negotiations
  • DHP P297: African Communities in Crisis: Perspectives of War and its Aftermath

Humanitarianism

  • DHP D213: Humanitarian Studies in the Field
  • DHP D230: Humanitarian Action in Complex Emergencies
  • DHP D232: Gender, Culture and Conflict in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies
  • DHP D231: Human Rights Protection of Civilians during Situations of Armed Conflict
  • DHP D233: Daily Risks and Crisis Events: How People and Planners Cope with Vulnerability
  • DHP D235: Research Seminar in Forced Migration and Human Security
  • DHP D236: Global Migration and Displacement
  • DHP D237: Nutrition in Complex Emergencies: Policies, Practice and Decision-making
  • DHP D239m01: Introduction to Forced Migration – Overview, Causes and Institutional Responses
  • [DHP P204m: Qualitative Research in Communities Affected by War]
  • DHP P216: International Humanitarian Policy and Public Health
  • [DHP P297: African Communities in Crisis: Perspectives of War and its Aftermath]
  • NUTR 324: Humanitarian Studies in the Field

Human Rights

  • ILO L210: International Human Rights Law
  • ILO L211: Seminar on Current Issues in Human Rights
  • ILO L212: Seminar on Nationalism, Self-Determination and Minority Rights
  • ILO L213: International Criminal Law
  • ILO L252 Rule of Law in Post Conflict Societies
  • Aucoin’s transitional justice course
  • DHP D232: Gender, Culture and Conflict in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies
  • DHP D231: Human Rights Protection of Civilians during Situations of Armed Conflict
  • DHP 227: Development and human rights
  • DHP P293: Democracy and State Reform in Latin America