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.


By Program

Democracy and Dictatorship

Sheena Greitens  |   Spring 2021

Digital Forensics and Incident Response for Law and Policy Students

Ryan Cunningham  |   Spring 2020

Digital Mainland China and Taiwan

Wenhong Chen  |   Spring 2021

Domestic Terrorism

Paul Pope  |   Fall 2020

Economics of Cybersecurity

TJ Canann  |   Spring 2021

Environmental Change, Development, and Security

Joshua Busby  |   Fall 2020

Ethics and International Affairs

William Inboden  |   Fall 2020

Ethics of Foreign Intervention

Jason Brownlee  |   Fall 2020

European Environmental Politics

Michael Mosser  |   Spring 2021

Evolution of Special Operations Forces

Ami Pedahzur  |   Fall 2020

Experimental Methods in Political Science

Michael Findley  |   Spring 2021

Federal Courts

Stephen Vladeck  |   Spring 2021

Formal Political Analysis II

Scott Wolford  |   Fall 2020

Foundations of International Relations and Global Studies

Stephanie Holmsten  |   Spring 2021

Fundamental Issues in Journalism

Samuel Woolley  |   Spring 2021

Global Environmental Governance

Joshua Busby  |   Spring 2021

Honors Tutorial Course

Michael Anderson  |   Spring 2021

Honors: Research Methods in International Relations

Terrence Chapman  |   Spring 2021

Human Rights and World Politics

Rhonda Evans  |   Spring 2021

Institutions and Policies in American Government

Patrick McDonald  |   Fall 2020