American University of Central Asia - AUCA - Program of Study 2017-2019
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Program of Study 2017 - 2019

 The Academic Orientation Program "Learning, Doing Research, and Writing at Graduate Level"  for AUCA graduate students starts on September 4 and ends on September 29. Regular courses start on October 2. 

           

                      Fall 2017

Mandatory Courses:

- CA 503.1 Power and Knowledge in Central Asia (6 credits)

- CA 501  Empire, Identity, and Modernity: topics in the history of Central Asia (6 credits)

- CA 506 Central Asian Politics: Governance between Past and Future (6 credits)

- One Elective Course (6 credits)

- Language Course (6 credits) 

Elective courses offered in Fall 2017:

- Ethnicity and Nationalism in Multicultural Societies

- Advanced Interdisciplinary Research

- Language, Culture, and Power

- Gender, Ethics, and Politics of Violence: theories and practice

               

                   Spring 2018

Mandatory Courses:

- CA 505.1 Development, Change and Transformation in Central Asia (6 credits)

- CA 504 Identities in the Making Religion, Mobility, and Globalization in Central Asia (6 credits)

- CA 508 Master's Thesis Development (6 credits)

- One Elective Course (6 credits)

- Language Course (6 credits) 

Elective courses offered in Spring 2018:

- Sociology of Conflict

- Globalization, Migration, and Transnationalism

             

                    Fall 2018:

Mandatory Courses:

- CA 507.2 Central Asia in Global Politics (6 credits)

- CA 508 Master's Thesis Development (6 credits)

- CA 900 Independent Graduate Study (6 credits)

- One Elective Course (6 credits)

- Language Course (6 credits) 

Elective courses offered in Fall 2018:

- Ethnicity and Nationalism in Multicultural Societies

- Advanced Interdisciplinary Research

- Language, Culture, and Power

- Gender, Ethics, and Politics of Violence: theories and practice

               

                     Spring 2019:

Mandatory Courses:

- CA 508.1 Master's Thesis Development (2 credits)

- CA 901 Independent Graduate Study II (6 credits)

- One Elective Course

- Language Course (6 credits)

Elective courses offered in Spring 2019:

- Sociology of Conflict

- Globalization, Migration, and Transnationalism

 

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