John Hopkins University Summer Graduate Programs, Washington D.C., June 4- July 26, 2012
Summer courses provide students with the opportunity to explore the world of international relations and enhance their topical, theoretical and practical knowledge of global issues. Courses are offered in international relations, economics, policy studies, development, conflict management, strategic and regional studies, and more. Structured for the working professional, classes are scheduled two evenings each week. Students can earn four graduate-level credits per course.
Summer certificates are designed to help students and professionals gain academic credentials without pursuing a full degree as they advance their careers. The Certificate in International Studies and the Certificate in International Development are offered to candidates who successfully complete a series of four Summer Courses. Students can earn a certificate in as few as two summers by working at a rigorous pace or over an extended period of time.
Summer Language Institute
The Summer Language Institute at SAIS is unique for emphasizing political, economic and international topics. Students may enroll in one intensive evening course in Arabic,Â Chinese, Persian orÂ Russian at the beginning, intermediate and advanced level.
English for International Studies
English as a Second Language and International Issues prepares international students and professionals to communicate effectively in English-speaking academic and business environments. To complement daily morning language instruction, students participate in afternoon seminars and class trips to learn about the diverse political, cultural and social landscape of the United States. Dates: June 10-July 19.
For more information, please visit:Â http://www.sais-jhu.edu/academics/non-degree/summer/index.htm