The course provides an overview of current and emerging challenges for public diplomacy professionals, offering a reality check on theoretical notions of how PD should work in an ideal world.
This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of Public Diplomacy (PD) as an instrument of foreign policy.
This is a course about the public dimension of major contemporary issues. In it, students will analyze the role of communication, media, and culture in public policy.
This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of public diplomacy as an instrument of foreign policy.
This course is designed to provide an important bridge between the academic setting and the professional world. Students will also develop and enhance practical skills, such as oral and written… Continue Reading »
This course examines the context, scope, and major issues in cultural diplomacy, including their impact on foreign relations in general, as well as specific foreign policy agendas.
This course introduces students to key theoretical concepts, historical milestones, and contemporary practices of public diplomacy pertaining to education.
This course on the social chemistry of power and evil is intended to help answer why the world can be so frightening, but also expand our imaginations as to the… Continue Reading »
Whether you are, or consider yourself an American or not, if you are curious to learn about how Americans think, to understand better what makes Americans tick, and to see… Continue Reading »
This course explores basic principles and practices of nonprofit (or NGO) leadership and management, including the roles and responsibilities of the governing boards and staff, strategic planning, financial management, marketing,… Continue Reading »
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