Observe a Class

The dedicated staff of the Korbel Office of Graduate Enrollment is here to support you in your graduate education search. To experience the academic rigor and collaborative classroom environment of the Korbel School, we invite you to observe a class. If this is your first time visiting our campus, we strongly encourage you attend an information session in conjunction with your visit.
For the 2020 Winter Quarter (January – March), class observations are scheduled throughout the week.

Class Schedule

Mondays:

9:00am
  • Gender and Health with Prof. Basil
  • Contemporary Political Theory with Prof. Ishay
2:00pm
  • International Monetary Relations with Prof. Grabel
  • Making of Chinese Foreign Policy with Prof. Zhao
Tuesdays:

9:00am
  • International Political Economy with Prof. Epstein
  • Forced Labor and Human Trafficking with Prof. d'Estree
2:00pm
  • Food and Nutrition Security for Sustainable Development with Prof. Hamilton
  • Information Management in Humanitarian Crises with Prof. Reis
Wednesdays:

9:00am
  • International Monetary Relations with Prof. Grabel
  • Project Management with Prof. Laetz
2:00pm
  • International Trade with Prof. DeMartino
  • US Policy in the Middle East Since World War 2 with Prof. Grappo
Thursdays:

9:00am
  • Microfinance, Financial Inclusion and Inclusive Markets with Prof. Carpenter
  • Major Issues in Human Rights with Prof. Donnelly
2:00pm
  • The Political Economy of Sustainable Development in Africa with Prof. Muyeba
  • Information Management in Humanitarian Crises with Prof. Reis
Fridays:

9:00am
  • Monitoring and Evaluation for Health and Humanitarian Assistance with Prof. Basil
  • Current Issues in Strategic Intelligence with Prof. Recca
2:00pm
  • International Terrorism with Prof. Feste
Legend:
Available
Unavailable / Filled
Not Scheduled