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Available Graduate Courses

Graduate students are encouraged to explore elective coursework in areas outside of their program. Below we have listed some courses that are open to all graduate students, regardless of their program. Be sure to check Time Schedule for more information.
 

Spring 2015
 

Business


BBUS 544 Negotiations (4cr)

Saturdays 4/4, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/30, and 6/6. On 4/4 and 4/18 class meets 9/12:30; other days meet 1-4:20. Instructor: Stanley Emert

Examines the theory and processes of negotiation. Includes a broad spectrum of negotiation problems.


Educational Studies
 

B EDUC 591A Special Topics Education Policy: Transition from High School to College and Career (5cr)
Mondays 4:30-7:30 pm

Examines legislation and policy focused on transition from high school to college and career over the past 50 years. Provides opportunity to analyze and critique federal and state laws with concentration on legislative intent, practical application and accountability.


IAS - Policy Studies & Cultural Studies
 

BPOLST 591/BCULST 591 Research Colloquium (1cr)
3/31, 5/5, 6/2 4:00-5:30 pm; Instructors: varied
Provides an opportunity for graduate students and faculty members to exchange research ideas, present findings, discuss analytical methods and tools, and evaluate the implications of the presented research. Credit/no-credit only.

BCULST 593A/BPOLST 593A Topics in Cultural/Policy Studies: Expedition Seattle: towards an Inventory of Power and Community in the Emerald City (5cr)
Wednesday 5:45-7:45 pm; Instuctor: Christian Anderson
Check out the course flyer (.pdf) for description.

BCULST/BPOLST 595 Grantwriting and Grantsmanship (2cr)
Saturdays  9:30-2:00 pm. Instructor: Andrea John-Smith
Check out the course flyer (.pdf) for description.

BCULST 593B Topics in Cultural Studies: Regulating Sexuality - Activism, Policy, and Everyday Life (5cr)
Monday/Wednesday 5:45- 7:45 pm. Instructor: Kari Lerum
Check out the course flyer (.pdf) for description.

BPOLST 581 Issues in Human Rights Policy: Human Rights and Sustainable Development (5cr)
Monday/Wednesday 8:45-10:45 am. Instructor: Bruce Kochis
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BPOLST 583 Issues in Environmental Policy: Conservation and Sustainable Development (5cr) (course is 25% hybrid)
Monday 5:45-9:15 pm. Instructor: Martha Groom
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BPOLST 586 Issues in Education Policy: Higher Education Finance and Policy (5cr)
Wednesday 5:45-10:00 pm. Instructor: Dan Jacoby
Check out the course flyer (.pdf) for description.

BPOLST 593B Topics in Policy Studies: Gender, Law, and Policy (5cr)
Wednesday 5:45-10:00 pm. Instructor: Camille Walsh
Check out the course flyer (.pdf) for description.
 

Nursing
 

BNURS 597D  Special Topics: Nursing History/Gender History (3cr)
Fridays 8:30-11:30 am. Instructor: Elayne Puzan

This course explores the past in order to understand the present and plan effectively for the future. Lessons learned are applicable for all professional roles in leadership, teaching, and practice.