International Relations Program

Formed in 1981, the Five College IR Program is a unique collaboration of disciplines and institutions that forms one of the richest interdisciplinary undergraduate international relations learning and teaching environments in the nation.

The Five College IR Program brings together a highly talented group of political scientists, historians and economists from all Five Colleges—Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke and Smith Colleges and the University of Massachusetts–Amherst—to collaborate on research and to offer a diverse range of courses from multiple disciplines and intellectual perspectives.

One of the core features of the Five College IR Program is the Five College International Relations Certificate. With challenges such as globalization, regional and ethnic conflict, environmental degradation, resource scarcity, demographic stress, global climate change and wide disparities in global economic development and global public health among others, the world is increasingly more complex. Now more than ever, students need to be prepared to confront the complexities of these international challenges with interdisciplinary understandings. The Five College IR certificate program is designed for students who want to make connections between their field of study and the global challenges.

Each year, more than 50 students from the Five Colleges earn their certificate. Many have gone into international relations careers in government, non-governmental organizations, business, academia and journalism.

The Five College IR program also hosts the Five College International Relations Faculty Seminar. The seminar is a forum for scholars to collaborate and to share work in progress. Each year, the seminar is host to some of the nation’s leading international relations scholars and graduate students who present and discuss their current research.

The Five College IR program also sponsors and co-sponsors several public events in the Five College community featuring policymakers, journalists, scholars and advocates from around the world.

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Faculty

The Five Colleges International Relations Program is governed by a group of faculty from different disciplines. The governing committee consists of a small group which makes decisions about the Certificate Program.

A larger group of faculty participates in the Five College IR Faculty Seminar. This group listed below meets regularly with outside speakers to discuss current research, to exchange scholarly papers, and to collaborate on research and teaching. These faculty often collaborate on scholarly projects, and the program provides an effective forum for such activities. There is currently one such project: Post-Hegemonic Global Governance, a project run by the late Five College Professor of International Relations Jon Western and UMass professors Peter Haas and Kevin Young. The project is analyzing the changing roles and policies of the United States in a world in which the meanings of security are evolving in unanticipated directions.

There is at least one advisor (marked with an asterisk) on each campus for the International Relations Certificate.

Javier Corrales*
Political Science, Amherst College
Latin America, the politics of economic and social policy reform in developing countries

Pavel Machala*
Political Science, Amherst College
Marxist international relations theory, world political systems, world capitalist economy, U.S. diplomacy, domestic sources of U.S. foreign policy

Eleonora Mattiacci*
International Politics, Amherst College
Emphasis on security studies. Various aspects of the technology on international security, ranging from the impact of modern weapons on warfare to the impact of nuclear proliferation in relations among countries.

Ruxandra Paul*
European Studies, Political Science, Amherst College
Political and societal impact of globalization, supranational integration and increasingly porous borders. International migration, cyberpolitics, varieties of citizenship, European politics, the European Union, post-communist politics and societies, democratization, civil society, and transnational rights.

Kerry Ratigan*
Political Science, Amherst College
China, social policy, authoritarianism, and state-society relations. Her research examines how local politics shapes social policy provision in China.

*Certificate Advisor

New certificate advisor at Hampshire College will be announced soon. 

Calvin Chen
Politics Department, Mount Holyoke College
Political economy of East Asia, Chinese politics, comparative politics, work and labor politics, rural economic development, public administration

Sohail Hashmi*
International Relations Program, Mount Holyoke
Religion and politics, particularly the role of Islam in domestic and international relations; ethics and international relations, particularly the comparative ethics of war and peace; Middle East politics

Stephen F. Jones
International Relations, Mount Holyoke College (Emeritus)
Russia, the Caucuses, post-Communist transitions, and nationalism

Kavita Khory
International Relations, Mount Holyoke College
South Asian politics and regional security, political violence, nationalism, migration, diaspora politics

Eva Paus
Economics, McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives, Mount Holyoke College
Economic development in the context of globalization, the implications of the rise of China for developing countries, policy space for alternatives to the Washington Consensus, globalization of production and possibilities for economic development

Andy Reiter
Politics, Mount Holyoke
Comparative politics, transitional justice, international law, political violence, Latin American politics

Jon Western
Politics, Mount Holyoke College
International security; human rights; American foreign policy

*Certificate Advisor

Mlada Bukovansky*
Government, Smith College
IR theory, evolving norms and institutions, European politics

Brent Durbin
Government, Smith College
American foreign policy, strategic intelligence, military conflict and culture

Gregory White*
Government, Smith College
Political economy of developing countries and their relationships with advanced industrialized countries, the political economy and security implications of international labor migration, the north-south dimension of natural resource exploitation, the prospects of electoral reform

*Certificate Advisor

Audrey L. Altstadt*
History Department, UMass
Soviet History; Soviet nationalities, especially Azerbaijan, Central Asia

Christian G. Appy
History Department, UMass
Modern U.S. History, Vietnam War

Charli Carpenter
Political Science, UMass
National security ethics, the laws of war, transnational advocacy networks, gender and political violence, war crimes, comparative genocide studies, humanitarian affairs, the role of information technology in human security

Eric Einhorn
Political Science, UMass (Emeritus)
Comparative public policy and political economy, European politics, and Scandinavian politics

Joshua S. Goldstein
Political Science, UMass
IR theory, theories of war, gender and war

Peter M. Haas
Political Science, UMass
International relations theory, international political economy, international environmental politics, international institutions, global governance

David Mednicoff
Legal Studies, Public Policy, UMass
Middle East, Arab-Israeli conflict, U.S. foreign policy, international law, human rights, globalization, humanitarian intervention

M.J. Peterson*
Political Science, UMass
World Politics, international institutions, international political economy, technology and technological change

Regine Spector
Political Science, UMass
Comparative politics, political economy, development, Eurasian politics

Kevin A. Young
History Department, UMass
Modern Latin American history, U.S. intervention in Latin America

Kevin L. Young
Economics Department, UMass
Interest groups and business lobbying, International political economy, Elite networks, Financial regulation  

*Certificate Advisor

Certificate

The Five College International Relations Certificate Program offers an opportunity for students to pursue an interest in international relations as a complement to their majors.

Course requirements for the certificate cover the following areas of study:

  1. A course on introductory world politics
  2. A course on global institutions or problems
  3. A course on the international financial and/or commercial system
  4. A course concerning the historical development of the international system since 1789
  5. A course on contemporary American foreign policy
  6. Proficiency in a contemporary foreign language through the completion of two years of the language at the college level or its equivalent. (For Amherst College students, the requirement is two years of college-level foreign language study.)
  7. Two courses on the politics, economy and/or society of foreign areas, of which one must involve the study of a Third World country or region

Here are a few basic things to consider:

  1. There are seven requirements.
  2. No more than four courses in any one discipline can be counted toward the certificate.
  3. No single course can satisfy more than one requirement.
  4. Candidates must complete the required courses (with the exception of the foreign language courses) with grades of at least B or better (no Satisfactory-Unsatisfactory grades). Non-Hampshire students should request grades for Hampshire courses. The Hampshire advisor will certify that Hampshire students have satisfied the requirement.
  5. Not all of the courses listed are presented every year. Consult your college catalogue and relevant departments in this regard.

If you have questions whether or not a course counts for one of the seven requirements, please contact your campus advisor.

Once you have satisfied the seven requirements, you should fill out a Certificate Completion Form. Then, take the form to your IR certificate advisor, who will complete processing of the form (per instructions on the form).

Typically, none of the certificates are mailed to students' addresses until some time in August. The notation on your transcript, however, appears much more quickly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Meet with your advisor for the certificate program to review your Certificate Completion Form and an unofficial copy of your transcript. Make sure any courses for which grades are pending are clearly marked on the Certificate Completion Form. Graduating seniors should ensure that their advisor receives the certificate completion documents by the dates noted on the Certificate Completion Form (November 1 for Fall semester graduates and April 1 for Spring semester graduates).

If your advisor agrees you have completed the requirements, the advisor signs the Certificate Completion Form and follows the instructions on the Certificate Completion Form. Five College Academic Programs must receive certificate completion documentation by the dates noted on the Certificate Completion Form. Five College staff coordinate with the registrars to verify any pending grades as well as to implement the final steps of adding the certificate award notation to the student's transcript.

To satisfy the language requirement for the Certificate you must take courses that bring you to an intermediate level in that language. The main purpose is to allow you to do primary research in a particular language. Some flexibility exists depending upon the language you choose to study. More difficult languages (Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Arabic, etc.) are more flexible regarding what courses you need to complete. Check with your campus adviser to clarify what courses you need to take in order to satisfy the requirement. If you are not a native English language speaker and fluent in that other language, you have satisfied the requirement.

Yes, you can. You should check with your adviser prior to taking the courses to be sure that they can satisfy a certain requirement. Credit is granted once the course work has been completed.

You may count AP credits as long as you received college credit for the work, i.e., the registrar counts them toward your graduation credit requirement. You may NOT use AP credits if they were only granted to allow you access to an upper level course.

There are Five College Certificate advisors on each of the five campuses. Feel free to contact an advisor on your campus if you have further questions.

Courses

Note that if you don't see classes from all campuses currently listed, they will appear as the campuses release their course schedules for the semester. The five campuses release their schedules on different dates. Visit this page for specific dates.

Fall 2024 International Relations Courses

Subject Course # Sect # Course Title Instructor(s) Institution Meeting Times
ANTHRO 104 01 Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst M W 9:05AM 9:55AM
ANTHRO 104 01AA Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst TH 8:30AM 9:20AM
ANTHRO 104 01AB Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst TH 10:00AM 10:50AM
ANTHRO 104 01AC Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst TH 11:30AM 12:20PM
ANTHRO 104 01AD Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst TH 2:30PM 3:20PM
ANTHRO 104 01AE Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst TH 1:00PM 1:50PM
ANTHRO 104 01AF Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst F 9:05AM 9:55AM
ANTHRO 104 01AG Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst F 10:10AM 11:00AM
ANTHRO 104 01AJ Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst F 11:15AM 12:05PM
ANTHRO 104 01AK Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst F 12:20PM 1:10PM
ANTHRO 104 01BA Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst F 2:30PM 3:20PM
ANTHRO 104 01BB Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst F 1:25PM 2:15PM
ANTHRO 104 01BC Culture, Society and People UMass Amherst F 8:00AM 8:50AM
ANTHRO 104 02 Culture, Society and People Volha Verbilovich UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
ANTHRO 205 01 Power and Inequality/US Jennifer Sandler UMass Amherst M W 11:15AM 12:05PM
ANTHRO 205 01AA Power and Inequality/US UMass Amherst F 9:05AM 9:55AM
ANTHRO 205 01AB Power and Inequality/US UMass Amherst F 10:10AM 11:00AM
ANTHRO 205 01AC Power and Inequality/US UMass Amherst F 11:15AM 12:05PM
ANTHRO 205 01AD Power and Inequality/US UMass Amherst F 12:20PM 1:10PM
ANTHRO 205 01AE Power and Inequality/US UMass Amherst F 1:25PM 2:15PM
ANTHRO 205 01AF Power and Inequality/US UMass Amherst F 2:30PM 3:20PM
ANTHRO 208 01 Human Ecology Sarah Reedy UMass Amherst TU TH 1:00PM 2:15PM
BCT 150 01 Sustainability/BuiltEnvironmnt Michael McNally UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
BCT 192A 01 S- How to Succeed in BCT Toby Barnes UMass Amherst W 1:25PM 2:15PM
BCT 196ISH 01 Hnr Indstu In BCT UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 211 01 Energy Efficient Housing UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
BCT 220 01 Communicating Sustainability Michael McNally UMass Amherst M W 9:30AM 11:00AM
BCT 296ISH 01 Hnr Indstu In BCT UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 304 01 Wood Properties Alexander Schreyer UMass Amherst TU TH 1:00PM 2:15PM
BCT 304 02 Wood Properties Alexander Schreyer UMass Amherst TU TH 1:00PM 2:15PM
BCT 313 01 Light-Frame Strct Tc Louis Fiocchi UMass Amherst M W 11:15AM 12:30PM
BCT 314 01 Construction Estimating Ho-Sung Kim UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
BCT 320 01 Intro CAD & BIM/Constr & Arch Mikal Malkovich UMass Amherst TU TH 4:00PM 5:15PM
BCT 353 01 Construction Project Managemnt Fernando Romero Galvao De Moraes UMass Amherst M W 2:30PM 3:45PM
BCT 353 02 Construction Project Managemnt Fernando Romero Galvao De Moraes UMass Amherst M W 2:30PM 3:45PM
BCT 392C 01 S- ASC Competition Region 1 Fernando Romero Galvao De Moraes UMass Amherst F 2:30PM 5:00PM
BCT 396 01 Independent Study UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 396ISH 01 Hnr Indstu In BCT UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 398 01 Practicum UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 420 01 Designing with 3D CAD & BIM Alexander Schreyer UMass Amherst M W 9:05AM 11:00AM
BCT 492C 01 S-SustainableBuildngSystemSem Munkaila Musah UMass Amherst M 4:00PM 5:15PM
BCT 496 01 Independent Study UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 496ISH 01 Hnr Indstu In BCT UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 498 01 Practicum UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 498Y 01 Practicum UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 499P 01 Honors Project UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 499T 01 Honors Thesis UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 499Y 01 Honors Research UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
BCT 520 01 Energy and Buildings Louis Fiocchi UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
BCT 550 01 Construction Sched & Proj Cntr Fernando Romero Galvao De Moraes UMass Amherst M W 11:15AM 12:30PM
BCT 550 02 Construction Sched & Proj Cntr Fernando Romero Galvao De Moraes UMass Amherst M W 11:15AM 12:30PM
BCT 565 01 Adv Construction Tech Trends Munkaila Musah UMass Amherst TU TH 4:00PM 5:15PM
BCT 592N 01 S-ResidentialConstrMgmtCompet Ho-Sung Kim UMass Amherst W 4:00PM 6:00PM
BCT 592N 01AA S-ResidentialConstrMgmtCompet UMass Amherst TH 5:30PM 6:45PM
BCT 596 01 Independent Study Ho-Sung Kim UMass Amherst 1:00AM 1:00AM
CHINESE 136 01 Intro to Chinese Cinema Enhua Zhang UMass Amherst TU TH 10:00AM 11:15AM
CICS 305 01 Social Issues in Computing Siobhan Mei UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
CICS 305 02 Social Issues in Computing Siobhan Mei UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
CICS 305 03 Social Issues in Computing Michelle Trim UMass Amherst TU TH 10:00AM 11:15AM
CICS 305 04 Social Issues in Computing Michelle Trim UMass Amherst TU TH 10:00AM 11:15AM
CICS 305 05 Social Issues in Computing Justin Obara UMass Amherst M W 2:30PM 3:45PM
CICS 305 06 Social Issues in Computing Justin Obara UMass Amherst M W 2:30PM 3:45PM
CICS 305 07 Social Issues in Computing Justin Obara UMass Amherst M W 4:00PM 5:15PM
CICS 305 08 Social Issues in Computing Justin Obara UMass Amherst M W 4:00PM 5:15PM
CICS 305 09 Social Issues in Computing Erin Butler UMass Amherst TU TH 4:00PM 5:15PM
CICS 305 10 Social Issues in Computing Erin Butler UMass Amherst TU TH 4:00PM 5:15PM
CICS 305 11 Social Issues in Computing Siobhan Mei UMass Amherst TU TH 1:00PM 2:15PM
CICS 305 12 Social Issues in Computing Siobhan Mei UMass Amherst TU TH 1:00PM 2:15PM
CICS 305 13 Social Issues in Computing Erin Butler UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
CICS 305 14 Social Issues in Computing Erin Butler UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
CICS 305 15 Social Issues in Computing Christina Sutcliffe UMass Amherst M W F 10:10AM 11:00AM
CICS 305 16 Social Issues in Computing Christina Sutcliffe UMass Amherst M W F 10:10AM 11:00AM
CICS 305 17 Social Issues in Computing Elizabeth Gunther UMass Amherst M W F 11:15AM 12:05PM
CICS 305 18 Social Issues in Computing Elizabeth Gunther UMass Amherst M W F 11:15AM 12:05PM
CICS 305 19 Social Issues in Computing Elizabeth Gunther UMass Amherst M W F 12:20PM 1:10PM
CICS 305 20 Social Issues in Computing Elizabeth Gunther UMass Amherst M W F 12:20PM 1:10PM
CICS 305 21 Social Issues in Computing Samuel Pulford UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
CICS 305 22 Social Issues in Computing Samuel Pulford UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
CICS 305 23 Social Issues in Computing Christina Sutcliffe UMass Amherst M W F 9:05AM 9:55AM
CICS 305 24 Social Issues in Computing Christina Sutcliffe UMass Amherst M W F 9:05AM 9:55AM
CICS 305 25 Social Issues in Computing Samuel Pulford UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
CICS 305 26 Social Issues in Computing Samuel Pulford UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
COMM 121 01 Intro to Media and Culture Emily West UMass Amherst TU TH 10:00AM 11:15AM
COMM 208 01 DefendingDemocracyDigitalWorld Ethan Zuckerman UMass Amherst M W 2:30PM 3:45PM
COMM 226 01 Social Impact of Mass Media Oliver Arellano Padilla UMass Amherst M W F 11:15AM 12:05PM
COMM 226 02 Social Impact of Mass Media Marco Antonio Trigoso Aching UMass Amherst M W F 10:10AM 11:00AM
COMM 226 03 Social Impact of Mass Media Ye Na Kang UMass Amherst M W F 12:20PM 1:10PM
COMM 348 01 Intercultural Communication Alena Vasilyeva UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
ECON 121 01 International Economy Jayati Ghosh UMass Amherst M W 12:20PM 1:10PM
ECON 121 01AA International Economy UMass Amherst F 10:10AM 11:00AM
ECON 121 01AB International Economy UMass Amherst F 11:15AM 12:05PM
ECON 121 01AC International Economy UMass Amherst F 12:20PM 1:10PM
ECON 121 01AD International Economy UMass Amherst F 1:25PM 2:15PM
ECON 121 01AE International Economy UMass Amherst F 2:30PM 3:20PM
ECON 121 01AF International Economy UMass Amherst F 9:05AM 9:55AM
ECON 121 01AG International Economy UMass Amherst F 8:00AM 8:50AM
ECON 308 01 Political Economy of the Envir UMass Amherst TU TH 4:00PM 5:15PM
ECON 321 01 International Monetary Theory Arslan Razmi UMass Amherst TU TH 1:00PM 2:15PM
ECON 322 01 International Trade Iryna Bobukh UMass Amherst TU TH 10:00AM 11:15AM
ECON 366 01 Economic Development Christopher Boone UMass Amherst TU TH 4:00PM 5:15PM
ENVIRSCI 213 01 Intro to Environmental Policy Charles Schweik UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
FRENCHST 387 01 Contemporary France UMass Amherst M W F 10:10AM 11:00AM
GEOGRAPH 100 01 Earth: Intro/Physical Geograph Kinuyo Kanamaru UMass Amherst M W F 11:15AM 12:05PM
GEOGRAPH 102 01 Intro/Human Geography Toby Applegate UMass Amherst M W F 11:15AM 12:05PM
GEOGRAPH 102 01AA Intro/Human Geography UMass Amherst M 1:25PM 2:15PM
GEOGRAPH 102 01AB Intro/Human Geography UMass Amherst M 4:00PM 4:50PM
GEOGRAPH 102 01AC Intro/Human Geography UMass Amherst M 5:30PM 6:20PM
GEOGRAPH 102 01AD Intro/Human Geography UMass Amherst TU 1:00PM 1:50PM
GEOGRAPH 102 01AE Intro/Human Geography UMass Amherst W 12:20PM 1:10PM
GEOGRAPH 102 01AF Intro/Human Geography UMass Amherst W 1:25PM 2:15PM
GEOGRAPH 102 01AG Intro/Human Geography UMass Amherst W 4:00PM 4:50PM
GEOGRAPH 102 01AJ Intro/Human Geography UMass Amherst TH 1:00PM 1:50PM
GEOGRAPH 220 01 World Regional Geography Toby Applegate UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
GEOGRAPH 220 01AA World Regional Geography UMass Amherst TU 4:00PM 4:50PM
GEOGRAPH 220 01AB World Regional Geography UMass Amherst TU 4:00PM 4:50PM
GEOGRAPH 220 01AC World Regional Geography UMass Amherst TU 5:30PM 6:20PM
GEOGRAPH 220 01AD World Regional Geography UMass Amherst W 12:20PM 1:10PM
GEOGRAPH 220 01AE World Regional Geography UMass Amherst W 4:00PM 4:50PM
GEOGRAPH 220 01AF World Regional Geography UMass Amherst TH 4:00PM 4:50PM
GEOGRAPH 220 01AG World Regional Geography UMass Amherst TH 4:00PM 4:50PM
GEOGRAPH 220 01AJ World Regional Geography UMass Amherst F 11:15AM 12:05PM
GERMAN 323 01 Modern German History Andrew Donson UMass Amherst TU TH 8:30AM 9:45AM
ITALIAN 350 01 Italian Film Andrea Malaguti UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
LLC 125 01 Intercultural Communication Pamela Shea UMass Amherst TU TH 10:00AM 11:15AM
LLC 125 02 Intercultural Communication Jolene Costa UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
POLISCI 111 01 Comparative Politics Timothy Pachirat UMass Amherst M W 1:25PM 2:15PM
POLISCI 111 01AA Comparative Politics UMass Amherst M 9:05AM 9:55AM
POLISCI 111 01AB Comparative Politics UMass Amherst M 10:10AM 11:00AM
POLISCI 111 01AC Comparative Politics UMass Amherst F 11:15AM 12:05PM
POLISCI 111 01AD Comparative Politics UMass Amherst F 12:20PM 1:10PM
POLISCI 111 01AE Comparative Politics UMass Amherst F 1:25PM 2:15PM
POLISCI 111 01AF Comparative Politics UMass Amherst F 2:30PM 3:20PM
POLISCI 111 01AG Comparative Politics UMass Amherst F 9:05AM 9:55AM
POLISCI 111 01AJ Comparative Politics UMass Amherst F 10:10AM 11:00AM
POLISCI 111 01AK Comparative Politics UMass Amherst F 2:30PM 3:20PM
POLISCI 111 01BA Comparative Politics UMass Amherst F 2:30PM 3:20PM
POLISCI 111 01BB Comparative Politics UMass Amherst F 9:05AM 9:55AM
POLISCI 111 01BC Comparative Politics UMass Amherst M 12:20PM 1:10PM
POLISCI 111 02 Comparative Politics Nicole Daphnis UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
POLISCI 121 01 World Politics M.J. Peterson UMass Amherst M W 10:10AM 11:00AM
POLISCI 121 01AA World Politics UMass Amherst F 9:05AM 9:55AM
POLISCI 121 01AB World Politics UMass Amherst F 10:10AM 11:00AM
POLISCI 121 01AC World Politics UMass Amherst F 11:15AM 12:05PM
POLISCI 121 01AD World Politics UMass Amherst F 12:20PM 1:10PM
POLISCI 121 01AE World Politics UMass Amherst F 1:25PM 2:15PM
POLISCI 121 01AF World Politics UMass Amherst F 2:30PM 3:20PM
POLISCI 121 01AG World Politics UMass Amherst F 10:10AM 11:00AM
POLISCI 121 01AJ World Politics UMass Amherst F 11:15AM 12:05PM
POLISCI 121 01AK World Politics UMass Amherst F 2:30PM 3:20PM
POLISCI 121 03 World Politics Jenna Norosky UMass Amherst M W 4:00PM 5:15PM
POLISCI 245 01 Gov&Pol Engl Spk Crb Carlene Edie UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
POLISCI 356 01 International Law M.J. Peterson UMass Amherst M W F 1:25PM 2:15PM
POLISCI 359 01 International Political Econ Ka Zeng UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
POLISCI 390CW 01 China and the World Ka Zeng UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
POLISCI 390G 01 Gov & Politics of East Asia Ka Zeng UMass Amherst TU TH 8:30AM 9:45AM
PORTUG 315 01 Portuguese Civilization Luiz Amaral UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
RES-ECON 107 01 Hunger in a Global Economy Debi Prasad Mohapatra UMass Amherst TU TH 10:00AM 11:15AM
RES-ECON 107 02 Hunger in a Global Economy Dhiroj Koirala UMass Amherst TU TH 10:00AM 11:15AM
SOCIOL 106 01 Race,Gender, Class & Ethnicity C. Le UMass Amherst TU TH 11:30AM 12:45PM
SOCIOL 106 02 Race,Gender, Class & Ethnicity Thomas Corcoran UMass Amherst TU TH 2:30PM 3:45PM
SOCIOL 106 03 Race,Gender, Class & Ethnicity Annie Hikido UMass Amherst M W F 1:25PM 2:15PM
SOCIOL 204 01 Labor & The Global Economy Carolina Bank UMass Amherst TU TH 4:00PM 4:50PM
SOCIOL 204 01AA Labor & The Global Economy UMass Amherst F 10:10AM 11:00AM
SOCIOL 204 01AB Labor & The Global Economy UMass Amherst F 11:15AM 12:05PM
SOCIOL 329 01 Social Movements Ryenne Carpenter UMass Amherst M W 2:30PM 3:45PM
SPANISH 323 01 Spanish American Literature II Jeffrey Peer UMass Amherst M W F 10:10AM 11:00AM
SPANISH 323 02 Spanish American Literature II Jeffrey Peer UMass Amherst M W F 11:15AM 12:05PM
SPANISH 384 01 Iberian Cinemas Barbara Zecchi,Eva Alvarez Vazquez UMass Amherst TU 4:00PM 6:30PM

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