IDS Approved Courses From Other Departments

NOTE: Some of these courses may require prerequisites: see departmental rules.  Not all courses are offered every year. Please consult individual department/school entries for course descriptions.


BIOL 5060.03: Environmental Ecology


ECON 5252.03: From Disaster Relief to Development
ECON 5516.03: Resource Economics I
ECON 5517.03: Environmental Economics II 
ECON 5522.03: Labor Economics I


ENGL 5919.03: Postcolonial Studies in the New Millennium

Environmental Studies

ENVI 5031.03: Economics for Resource and Environmental Management
ENVI 5035.03: Research Design and Methods
ENVI 5041.03: Environmental Education
ENVI 5204.03: Coastal Zone Management
ENVI 5500.03: Socio-political Dimensions of Resource and Environmental Management
ENVI 5504.03: Management of Resources and the Environment


HIST 5400.03: Topics in African History
HIST 5430.03: The Making of Colonial Africa (1850-1930)
HIST 5435.03: Rise and Fall of African Slavery
HIST 5452.03: Apartheid and After:  Racial Rule in South Africa
HIST 5401.03: State Violence, Communal Conflict and Criminality in Modern Africa
HIST 5404.03: Crime and Punishment in Modern Africa
HIST 5510.03: Topics in Islam and Middle East History
HIST 5545.03: Scripture and State Craft: The History of Islamic Political Thought (7th - 21st centuries)
HIST 5470.03: Wars & Revolutions in 19th Century Africa
HIST 5471.03: Wars & Revolutions in 20th Century Africa
HIST 5475.03: African Intellectuals and the Modern Experience


LAWS 5022.03: Law of the Sea
LAWS 5051.03: International Environmental Law
LAWS 5056.03: International Trade Law
LAWS 5068.03: Ocean Law and Policy: International Fisheries
LAWS 5200.03: Environmental Law

Marine Affairs

MARA 5003.03: Marine Science and Technology
MARA 5008.03: Integrated Maritime Enforcement
MARA 5021.03: Fisheries Management
MARA 5589.03: Politics of the Sea


NURS 5110.03: Qualitative Research: Learning Grounded Theory
NURS 5140.03: Community-Based Research Methodologies for Addressing Health Disparities
NURS 5550.03: Marginalized Populations: Theoretical Insights and Applications

Political Science

POLI 5302.03: Governance and Administration in Developing Countries: Issues and Controversies
POLI 5303.03: Human Rights and Politics
POLI 5340.03: Approaches to Development
POLI 5345.03: Politics of Southern Africa
POLI 5540.03: Foreign Policies in the Third World
POLI 5560.03: Issues in Global Security and Development
POLI 5581.03: International Diplomacy: Institutions and Practices

Public Administration

PUAD 6500.03: Business and Government
PUAD 6520.03: Program Evaluation Seminar
PUAD 6555.03: Management of Information (E-Government) and Public Administration

Social Work

SLWK 6365.03: Community Socio-Economic Development
SLWK 6385.03: Community and Social Change Analysis

Sociology and Social Anthropology

SOSA 5001.03: Quantitative Analysis for the Social Sciences I
SOSA 5002.03: Quantitative Analysis for the Social Sciences II
SOSA 5003.03: Contemporary Perspectives in Ethnography
SOSA 5004.03: Advanced Issues in Work, Industry, and Development
SOSA 5005.03: Advanced Issues in Social Injustice and Social Inequality
SOSA 5006.03: Advanced Issues in Critical Health Studies

Urban and Rural Planning

PLAN 5101.03: History and Philosophy of Planning
PLAN 5102.03: Planning Practice
PLAN 6101.03: History and Theory of Urban Design
PLAN 6103.03: Urban Ecology
PLAN 6106.03: Transportation Planning