Spring 2012 - 62170 - PA195G - Global Policy Simulation
|Instructor(s):|| Hutchings, Robert
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In their final semester, all MGPS students take an intensive course that will involve them in role-playing exercises addressing global issues. The course integrates the various skills and substantive knowledge learned throughout the MGPS program in an applied environment. Students work closely with faculty mentors to develop leadership, staff, and decision-making skills. The course will normally include one simulation of the U.S. government's decision-making process, with students role-playing both governmental and non-governmental actors, and one simulation of an international crisis, with students role-playing leaders from various countries, international organizations, and civil society groups.
PA195G Global Policy Simulation (Dean Hutchings and Ambassador James Gadsden). The class will meet for two evenings during the week of March 19 (exact days and times TBD). Then the simulation itself will run from 4:30-10:00 pm on Friday, March 30, and from 8:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 31.