This is a list of current and projected annual courses at the Jackson School and other departments at UW. The list is updated at the start of each academic quarter by the Ph.D. Program. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Projected Courses 2018-19
In addition to the Jackson School courses listed below, you will find relevant courses in a number of departments and schools such as American Ethnic Studies, Anthropology, Communications, Geography, History, Law, Marine and Environmental Affairs, Political Science, Public Health, Sociology, Social Work and others. Contact the JSIS Ph.D. Program GPC for approval to take a class that is not listed in the handbook as a course requirement. See Time Schedule for a complete list of course offerings.
JSIS 594 International and Area Studies, Saadia Pekkanen
JSIS 595 Research Tutorial
RELIG 501 Religion Theorized, Christian Novetzke
RELIG 598 Colloquium Comparative Religion
JSIS 501 Comparative International Studies
JSIS 534 Legal Foundations of World Order, Frederick Lorenz
JSIS 541 Religion and Conflict, James Wellman
JSIS 578 Congress and US Foreign Policy
JSIS 584 B Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Kenneth Pyle
JSIS 591 Colloquium in International Studies, Deborah Porter
JSIS A 504 Survey of Eurasia, Scott Radnitz
JSIS A 508 Interdisciplinary Study of South Asia, Purnima Dhavan
JSIS A 509 Interdisciplinary Study of South Asia, Christian Novetzke
JSIS A 530 Soviet Empire, Christopher Jones
JSIS A 535 International Relations of Modern China, David Bachman
JSIS A 537 International Relations in Japan, Saadia Pekkanen
JSIS A 544 Reading Seminar on Middle East Studies, Cabeiri D Robinson
JSIS A 555 Introduction to Japanese Studies, Marie Anchordoguy
JSIS A 560 Seminar in Turkish Studies, Resat Kasaba
JSIS A 578 Japanese Business and Technology
JSIS A 584 Survey of Korean Society, Clark Sorensen
JSIS A 586 Indonesian Culture, Laurie Sears
JSIS A 588 Making of Modern Taiwan, James Yushang Lin
JSIS A 593 Water and Security in the Middle East, Frederick Lorenz
JSIS B 524 International Law and Arms Control, Christopher Jones
JSIS B 526 Political Islam and Islamic Fundamentalism, Cabeiri D Robinson
JSIS B 529 Nuclear Nonproliferation and International Safeguards, Halvor Undem
Approved Methods Courses
Qualitative Methods Courses
A comprehensive list of qualitative research methods classes offered at UW is on the Qualitative Multi-Method Research Initiative site. Check this site to find a relevant methods class and to learn more about the optional QUAL Concentration track this is available for graduate students.
Quantitative Methods Courses
The Center for Social Science Computation and Research
A list of methods workshops offered through CSSCR is online: http://csscr.washington.edu/courses.html.
Center for Studies in Demography & Ecology
The CSDE Demographic Methods Graduate Certificate Program is the academic pathway to advanced population research at UW. See the website for course listings and certificate requirements.