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Open SIPA Courses

The following Fall 2015 courses at Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs will be open to Teachers College students as soon as cross-registration becomes available. SIPA courses not listed here are not open to TC registrants, even with instructor's approval. This list is current as of August 17, 2015:

Course Title
ENVP U6233 Environmental Finance Prep
ENVP U6250 Poverty, Inequality, and the Environment
INAF U4409 Political, Social & Economic Development in Brazil
INAF U6020 The Political Economy of the Euro Area Crisis
INAF U6061 Global Energy Policy
INAF U6120 Tools and Craft of Multi-Platform Storytelling
INAF U6163 Political Economy of African Development
INAF U6236 History of American Ecology & Environmentalism
INAF U6259 Adaptation to Climate Change
INAF U6359 Global Economic Governance (Open only to students in the Masters program on Global Thought)
INAF U6643 The Political Economy of South Asia
INAF U6735 Issues in Rural Development
INAF U6798 Central Issues in American Foreign Policy
INAF U8085 Topics in Corporate Finance
INAF U8166 Rethinking Human Rights and Humanitarism
INAF U8189 The Politics of History and Reconciliation
INAF U8415 US-Latin American Relations: WWII to Present (Open to GSAS only)
INAF U8909 Environment, Conflict & Resolution Strategies
PUAF U6132 Politics and Policies of Community Planning and Participation
PUAF U6239 Comparative Urban Policy: Global Developing Cities
REGN U6410 Social Movements & Citizenship in Africa
REGN U6430 Beyond Crises in Latin America - Financial Market Perspective
REGN U6530 Post-Soviet Russia: Business Practices and Legal Developments
REGN U6532 Russian and Western Values - Worlds Apart?
REGN U6538 Russia's Energy between West, East, and South
REGN U6545 Human Rights in the Western Balkans
REGN U6632 Politics of Southeast Asia
REGN U6639 Gender and Development in Southeast Asia
REGN U6660 Security and International Politics of the Persian Gulf
REGN U6719 Middle East Conflicts and Global Security
REGN U8090 The Transatlantic Economy
REGN U8600 China's New Marketplace (Open to GSAS only)
REGN U8757 Ukrainian Foreign Policy
SDEV U6240 Environmental Science for Sustainable Development

In most cases, TC students may register freely for the above courses via myTC. Standard TC registration deadlines apply. Note that a few of the above courses may require instructor's registration approval. To secure this approval, simply e-mail the SIPA professor and present the return e-mail to the TC Registrar's Office.