MASTER’S DEGREE REQUIRED (R) & ELECTIVE (E) COURSES
MGCD 801 - Managing Complex Disasters (R)
MGCD 810 - Mixed Methods in Disaster & Complex Emergency Research (R)
MGCD 851 - Influence Operations in the Age of Networks (E)
MGCD 852 - The Media in Humanitarian Disasters (E)
MGCD 853 - Theory and Practice in Humanitarian Response and Human Rights Protection (E)
MGCD 854 - Food Security in a Rapidly Changing World (E)
MGCD 855 - Global Environmental Change and Human Security (E)
MGCD 856 - Combatting Developing World’s Health Challenges (E)
MGCD 857 - Women, Peace & Security (E)
MGCD 858 - The Arctic (E)
MGCD 859 - Complex Disaster Leadership
MGCD 890 - Capstone Seminar (R)
MGCD 8xx - Environmental Disasters: Science, Response & Mitigation (E)
MGCD 8xx - Economics of Disaster Recovery (E)
MGCD 8xx - Intercultural Relations
MGCD 8xx - Disasters and Diseases: How Do the Poor in Developing Countries Cope with Public Health Crises? (E)
Spring 2022 Available Courses
Registration is open until Jan. 30. Courses begin on Jan. 24. View course descriptions and additional details.
- Spring 2022 semester: January 24 – May 13, 2022
- For additional information, fill out the brief inquiry form linked below or email Doug Stuart, co-director of Dickinson’s master’s program, at email@example.com.
- To register for one of the available courses, visit the Graduate Course Registration page.
- To apply for the master's or certificate program, complete an application.