SIPA Instructor Managed Course Registration

Instructor Managed Courses

Certain SIPA courses require approval by the instructor before a student is permitted to register. These Instructor Managed Courses are listed in SIPA Course Directory and the Directory of Classes as “Instructor Approval Required.”

Instructor managed courses are blocked from online registration. Students interested in any of these courses are required to use the waitlist process.  Please see below:

Step 1. Add your name to the course waitlist in SSOL. If additional documentation is required this will be noted on the waitlist form.

Step 2. Instructors will approve students from the waitlist.

Step 3. Students who apply will be notified of the instructor's decision via e-mail.  If a student is selected for the course they will be automatically registered for the course. Please contact instructors directly for any questions regarding registrations in the courses below.

Spring 2018
INAF U6074Current Issues in Energy Policy1.5
INAF U6347US Role In World Affairs II3
INAF U6564Applied Peacebuilding: Fieldwork3
INAF U6604Applied Econometrics3
INAF U6873America & Asia: War, Peace, Trade, & Diplomacy in the 20th and 21st Centuries3
INAF U6946Writing and Delivering Speeches for Politics, Private Sector & Non-Profits1.5
INAF U8136US Foreign Policy-Persian Gulf3
INAF U8488Contemporary Russian Security Policy3
INAF U8621US-China Negotiation Workshop3
INAF U8893Business and Human Rights Clinic II3
PUAF U6190Extractive Industries and Sustainable Development3
Fall 2017
INAF U6092Leadership and Policy Development: Domestic and International Economic Issues3
INAF U6346US Role in World Affairs I (Restricted to International Fellows)3
INAF U6518Cybersecurity: Technology, Policy, and Law3
INAF U6827Methods for Development Practice (Priority given to 2nd year EPD students. Application link in course description)3
INAF U6946Writing and Delivering Speeches for Politics, Private Sector & Non-Profits1.5
INAF U8892Business and Human Rights Clinic I3
SIPA U8500Quantitative Methods in Program Evaluation and Policy Research3