GMAIR Campus Rotation & Course Schedule

Sample Rotations

Cohort 1

Fall 1 (London)
Course Dates: August 26–October 18

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
INTL 5000 Intro to International Relations
INTL 5530 International Law

Fall Break (October 21–25)

Fall 2 (Vienna)
Course Dates: October 28–December 20

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
INTL 5100 Research Methods and Perspectives
Any one course from the following:
INTL 5050 Comparative Politics
INTL 5625 Middle East Area Studies

Winter Break (December 23–January 10)

Spring 1 (Bangkok)
Course Dates: January 13–March 8

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
Any two courses from the following (at least one must be from the International Politics Cluster):
INTL 5550 War and Diplomacy*
INTL 5580 Politics of Development
INTL 5675 Area Studies Easter and Central Europe: Russia
INTL 5800 Globalization*
*From the International Politics Cluster

Spring Break I (March 10–14)

Spring 2 (Leiden)
Course Dates: March 17–May 9

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
INTL 5605 Topics in Comparative: Comparative National Security Policies
INTL 5700 Humanitarian Issues in International Politics: Human Rights and International Organizations

Spring Break II (May 12–May 16)

Summer (Geneva)
Course Dates: May 19–July 11

INTL 6000 International Relations: Theory and Practice
INTL 5560 US Foreign Policy

Cohort 2

Fall 1 (Vienna)
Course Dates: August 26–October 18

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
INTL 5000 Intro to International Relations
INTL 5530 International Law

(No Fall Break; Instead extra week of Winter Break)

Fall 2 (Bangkok)
Course Dates: October 21–December 14

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
INTL 5100 Research Methods and Perspectives
Any one course from the following:
INTL 5625 Middle East Area Studies
INTL 5645 Asia Area Studies: ASEAN

Winter Break (December 16-January 10)

Spring 1 (Geneva)
Course Dates: January 13–March 7

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
INTL 5570 Comparative Foreign Policy
INTL 5700 Humanitarian Issues in International Politics: Conflict Resolution

Spring Break I (March 10–14)

Spring 2 (London)
Course Dates: March 17–May 9

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
Any two courses from the following:
INTL 5580 Politics of Development
INTL 5800 Globalization
INTL 5860 Issues in International Politics: The EU in Political Affairs

Spring Break II (May 12–May 16)

Summer (Leiden)
Course Dates: May 19–July 11

INTL 6000 International Relations: Theory and Practice
INTL 5860 Issues in International Politics: Globalization and its Discontent

Cohort 3

Fall 1 (Leiden)
Course Dates: August 26–October 18

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
INTL 5000 Intro to International Relations
INTL 5530 International Law

Fall Break (October 21-25)

Fall 2 (Geneva)
Course Dates: October 28–December 20

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
INTL 5100 Research Methods and Perspectives|
Any one course from the following:
INTL 5400 International Political Economy
INTL 5625 Middle East Area Studies: Can the Middle East be Democratized?
INTL 5860 Issues in International Politics: Peace

Holiday Break (December 23-January 10)

Spring 1 (London)
Course Dates: January 13–March 7

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
INTL 5050 Comparative Politics
Any one course from the following:
INTL 5700 Humanitarian Issues in International Politics: Subtopic TBD*
INTL 5860 Issues in International Politics: Nationalism in Europe

Spring Break I (March 10–13)

Spring 2 (Beijing)
Course Dates: March 14–May 9

INTL 5500 Professional Seminar
INTL 5560 US Foreign Policy
INTL 5645 Asia Area Studies: China

Spring Break II (May 12–May 16)

Summer (Vienna)
Course Dates: May 19–July 11

INTL 6000 International Relations: Theory and Practice
INTL 5860 Issues in International Politics: The Emerging Field of Geoeconomics

*If you elect to take INTL 5700 Humanitarian Issues in International Politics as part of your Spring 1 curriculum in London, you will be expected to travel to Geneva for the 19th Annual Humanitarian Conference, organized by Webster University Geneva’s International Relations Department. In the past the London campus has subsidized some of the students’ travel costs, but all costs may not be covered.

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