Courses

The Strauss Center and its affiliated Distinguished Scholars contribute to coursework taught in schools and departments across the University of Texas at Austin. For its part, the Strauss Center sponsors
or organizes a range of courses examining the drivers of instability, security institutions,
the law of security, and the varied issues related to national security.

Courses

By Program

Analytic Methods for Global Policy Studies

Jaganath Sankaran  |   Fall 2020

Applied Microeconomics for Policy Analysis

Kenneth Flamm  |   Spring 2021

Arab Monarchies

Zoltan Barany  |   Fall 2020

Australian Society and Politics

Rhonda Evans  |   Spring 2021

Business and Society

Nathan Jensen  |   Spring 2021

Capstone Research in IRG

Stephanie Holmsten  |   Spring 2021

Capstone Research in IRG

Stephanie Holmsten  |   Fall 2020

Capstone Research in IRG

Michael Mosser  |   Fall 2020

Capstone Research in IRG

Michael Mosser  |   Spring 2021

Causes of War

Scott Wolford  |   Fall 2020

Chinese Politics and Foreign Policy

Sheena Greitens  |   Fall 2020

Civil War Prevention Manual

Alan Kuperman  |    2020-2021

Civil Wars and Ethnic Violence

Michael Findley  |   Spring 2021

Comparative Middle Eastern Law Seminar

Samy Ayoub  |   Fall 2020

Constitutional Law I

Robert Chesney  |   Fall 2020

Covert Action and US National Security

Steve Slick  |   Spring 2021

Criminal Law I

Derek Jinks  |   Spring 2021

Criminal Law I

Derek Jinks  |   Fall 2020

Cybersecurity Law and Policy

Robert Chesney  |   Fall 2020

Data Visualization, Statistics, and Econometrics for Policy Analysis

Kenneth Flamm  |   Spring 2021
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