Spring 2011 Course Schedule

THE WASHINGTON CENTER – ACADEMIC CENTER AND HEADQUARTERS
Monday Room 213 Stephens 4969
Governor’s Seminar

| 1333 16th St. NW

Tuesday Room 213 Stephens 4969
Governor’s Seminar

Wednesday Room 213 Keaton 3743
Essentials for Aspiring Leaders

Thursday Room 213 Berges- 4313 01
Project Management and Development

Room 214/215 McCarthy 3343
Peace and Social Justice

Room 214/215 Williams 4443
Global Policy Issues: The US, China, and the World

Room 214/215 Hall 3803
Global Markets and International Business Strategies

Room 214 /215 Hilaire 4283
International Organizations and Humanitarian law

Room 214/215 McCarthy 3343
Peace and Social Justice

Room 214/215 Williams 4443
Global Policy Issues: The US, China, and the World

Room 214/215 Hall 3803
Global Markets and International Business Strategies

Room 214 /215 Hilaire 4283
International Organizations and Humanitarian law

DC-RAF RESIDENTIAL AND ACADEMIC FACILITY | 1005 3rd St. NE Washington, DC 20002
Monday Room 1 Bartsch 4583
How Washington Really Works

Tuesday Room 1 Campi-4123
U.S.-China Relations in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Wednesday Room 1 Simpson 4543
Science, Technology, Society: Improving Organizational and Individual Performance

Thursday Room 1

Room 2 Hardy 3783
Introduction to Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure

Room 2 Buck 3593
Crime, Power, & Punishment: White Collar Crime in the Halls of Congress and the Executive Branch

Room 2 Edwards 3373
The Rationality and Psychology Conflict, Violence, and War

Room 2 Simms 4323
Finance of Multi-National Corporations in the D.C. Metroplex

Room 3 Clemons 3693
Strategic Communication for the Policy Making Process

Room 3 Gueli 3383
A Taste of D.C.

Room 3 Gueli 3353
Scandalous Washington

Room 3 Kline 4493
Press, Politics, and Power

Room 4 Swerdlow 3417
Power, Politics, and Prose

Room 4 Edwards – 3363
International Human Rights (At Amnesty International after the third week)

Room 4 Mikhail 3023
How Washington Really Works: U.S. Foreign Policy Making

Room 4 Rowe 5003
Post-Graduate Professional Development Seminar

Room 5 Harmon 3953
Citizenship in a Multicultural Society

Room 5 Henderson 3123
U.S. Foreign Policy in the 21st Century: Dynamics of Change

Room 5 Holstine 4623
Managing the American Intelligence Community

Room 5 Dieguez 4763
Forensic Psychology

Room 6 J Hardy 4883
From Ideas to Actions the Anatomy of Entrepreneurship

Room 6 Laney 4843
International Business-Case Studies in the Strategic Management of International Trade Affairs

Room 6 Garcia – Moreno- 4313 02
Project Management and Development

Room 6 Plotinsky 3913
Nonprofit Leadership and Management

Room 7

Room 7 Furman University

Room 7 4983 Bartsch and Ewert
Research and Writing

Room 7

Room 8

Room 8

Room 8

Room 8

Room 9

Room 9

Room 9

Room 9

FACULTY PROVIDED LOCATIONS
Monday Feldman 3473
Media, Ethics, and the Movies (Associated Press AP)

Tuesday Forkenbrock 3563
The Congressional Arena (Naifis)

Wednesday

Thursday

Lightman 4483
The Mass Media and National Politics (McClatchy)

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