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Academic Programs

The Rule of Law Collaborative offers interdisciplinary academic instruction on issues relating to rule of law.

Search for courses by discipline using the expandable table below.

Course numbers:

  • Courses numbered below 500 are undergraduate courses.
  • Courses numbered from 500 to 699 are intended for graduate students and advanced undergraduates.
  • Courses numbered 700 and above are graduate courses.

Anthropology

ANTH 208: Anthropology of Globalization and Development
ANTH 291J: Anthropology and Post-Conflict Justice
ANTH 350: Anthropology and Development
ANTH 353: Anthropology of Law and Conflict
ANTH 381: Gender and Globalization (= WGST 381)
ANTH 515: Tradition and Transformations in Islamic Cultures
ANTH 516: Indonesian Culture through Film
ANTH 569: Environment and Development
ANTH 581: Globalization and Cultural Questions

Business

DMSB 706A: Globalization, Culture and the Business Environment
DMSB 713: Global Economics
DMSB 727: China Business Issues
DMSB 728: India Business Issues
DMSB 730: African Business Issues
DMSB 731: Latin American Business Issues

IBUS 706: Nation States, Regional Networks and Global Markets
IBUS 707: Comparative Institutional Systems
IBUS 708: International Business Legal Environment
IBUS 733: East/West Business
IBUS 738: International Business and Sustainable Development
IBUS 802: Politics and International Business

Criminal Justice

CRJU 510: Critical Incident Management for Criminal Justice
CRJU 535: Inmates and Prisons
CRJU 554: Women and Crime
CRJU 563: Race, Crime, and Criminal Justice
CRJU 565: Organized Crime  
CRJU 577: Law and Criminal Justice Policy
CRJU 702: Law and Justice  
CRJU 701: Survey of Criminal Justice
CRJU 711: Police Practices and Problems
CRJU 712: Police Administration and Management
CRJU 714: Ethics in Criminal Justice  
CRJU 731: Corrections  
CRJU 732: Correctional Policy
CRJU 751: Juvenile Justice  
CRJU 752: Prevention and Treatment of Delinquency  
CRJU 810: Crime, Law, and Public Policy

Economics

ECON 507: Comparative Economic Systems
ECON 508: Law and Economics
ECON 705: Economic Development
ECON 706: Regional Economic Development

Education

EDFN 741: Comparative and International Education
EDTE 792: International Perspectives on Instruction
EDHE 851: Comparative Higher Education

Environment and Sustainability

ENVR 499: Undergraduate Research
ENVR 800: Topics in Environmental Philosophy [=PHIL 800]
ENVR 804: Environmental Advocacy Seminar [=LAWS 804]
ENVR 835: Seminar in Environmental Ethics [=PHIL 835]

Geography

GEOG 512: Migration and Globalization
GEOG 516: Coastal Zone Management
GEOG 530: Environmental Hazards
GEOG 566: Social Aspects of Environmental Planning and Management
GEOG 568: Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change
GEOG 569: Environment and Development
GEOG 581: Globalization and Cultural Questions
GEOG 711: Regional Geography of Selected World Regions
GEOG 724: Geography of Latin America
GEOG 726: Geography of the Middle East and Africa
GEOG 734: Field Seminar in Third World Development Projects
GEOG 789: Area Analysis (Latin America, Asia, etc.)

Journalism and Mass Communications

JOUR 541: International Mass Communications
JOUR 773: Risk Communications
JOUR 779: Theories of Global Communication

Law

LAWS 565: Coastal Conservation Law Seminar
LAWS 601: The Constitution and National Security
LAWS 629: Alternative Dispute Resolution
LAWS 666: International Environmental Law
LAWS 670: Judges and the Rule of Law
LAWS 684: Environmental Law of Natural Resources
LAWS 691: Russian Law and Legal System
LAWS 733: International Human Rights Skills
LAWS 756: Criminal Regulation of Vice
LAWS 784: Transnational Law
LAWS 812: International Human Rights Seminar
LAWS 815: Rule of Law Seminar
LAWS 817: International Criminal Law
LAWS 816: Introduction to Environmental Law and Policy
LAWS 826: Energy Law and the Environment
LAWS 857: War on Terror, Counter Terrorism and International Law
LAWS 815: Rule of Law
LAWS 841: Law and Social Justice Seminar

Nursing

NURS 506: Special Topics in International Nursing
NURS 736: Women, Work, and Health: Global Perspectives

Philosophy

PHIL 532: Social Justice
PHIL 715: Ethics in Criminal Justice
PHIL 769: Jurisprudence

Political Science

POLI 380: Comparative Politics of Developing Countries
POLI 383: Genocide: A Comparative Perspective
POLI 391: Human Rights in Context
POLI 391: The Politics of National and International Courts
POLI 391: Courts, Law and Judges in the Common Law World
POLI 404: Democratic Theory
POLI 420: International Law
POLI 421: Law and Contemporary International Problems
POLI 450: Constitutional Law
POLI 451: Civil Liberties
POLI 454: Women and the Law
POLI 544: Law and Society
POLI 725: International Conflict
POLI 737: Nationalism and Politics
POLI 726: Judicial Politics
POLI 728: Judicial Politics in Europe and Common Law Countries
POLI 729: Courts in Developing Countries
POLI 732: International Law
POLI 754: Public Accountability and Ethics
POLI 740: Formation and Conduct of U.S. Foreign Policy
POLI 742: Problems in National Security
POLI 792J: Justice and Human Rights in Transitional Polities
POLI 792R: Rule of Law Promotion and U.S. Foreign Policy

Public Health

HEPB 511: Health Problems in a Changing Society
HPEB 770: Health Education in Developing Countries
HPEB 771: Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Population Health
HPEB 772: Current Trends in Developing World Health
HPEB 773: International Public Health Seminar
HEPB 802: Implementing and Monitoring Health Promotion Interventions
HPEB 820: Public Health Policy & Advocacy

Religious Studies

RELG 354: Islamic Institutions and Traditions
RELG 358: The Qur’an and Hadith
RELG 551: Tradition and Transformations in Islamic Cultures

Social Work

SOWK 677: Psychosocial Aspects of Health Care
SOWK 757: Seminar on Social Work Education and Human Services in Other Nations