IAL Student Handbooks
- 2023-2024 (for students entering program in Fall 2023 through Spring 24)
- 2022-2023 (for students entering program in Fall 2022 through Spring 23)
- 2021-2022 (for students entering program in Fall 2021 through Spring 22)
IAL Projected course offerings*
*Future semester course offerings are tentative and subject to change.
A: IAL 501 Principles of Character-Drive Leadership
A: IAL 502 The Making of U.S. National Security Policy
A: IAL 504 U.S. Diplomacy in Action: The Embassy Country Team
B: IAL 503 Applied International Leadership: Case Studies
B: IAL 508 Transatlantic Relations: Does Europe Still Matter?
B: IAL 509 Western Hemisphere: Good Neighbors, Tough Challenges
B: IAL 598 International Negotiations: Trust but Verify
B: IAL 560 Capstone
A: IAL 501 Principles of Character-Driven Leadership
A: IAL 502 U.S. National Security Policy
A: IAL 511 Human Rights and Realpolitik
A: IAL 598 Religion and Diplomacy
A: IAL 598 The Holocaust and WWII Today
B: IAL 503 Applied International Leadership
B: IAL 598 Diplomacy – Preventing Genocide
B: IAL 560 Capstone
A: IAL 598 Transitional Justice: Issues and Solutions
B: IAL 598 The Dark Side of Foreign Policy
B: IAL 598 Getting to Yes with Major International Treaties
All graduate students must be enrolled in at least one graduate credit in both fall and spring semesters in either A or B sessions (or both). Summer enrollment is optional. Summer courses are more condensed at 6 weeks, as opposed to fall and spring at 7.5 weeks, and offer the same amount of material as fall and spring semesters.
Students are responsible for knowing and adhering to the policies in the Graduate Policies and Procedures manual.
Students are responsible for knowing and adhering to the deadlines in the ASU Academic Calendar. Please specifically be aware of add/drop deadlines.
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