Affiliated Program Electives for MAIR

Customize your course of study in the MAIR program through your elective courses.

Among the 18 units of elective credit required for the MAIR program, students may take any regular course offered through the MAIR program. Students may also take up to six units of internationally relevant undergraduate or graduate coursework within the College of Arts and Sciences or in the schools of Law, Business, and Peace and Justice, as well as similarly relevant graduate-level courses from other accredited institutions (with approval from the graduate director).

Registration generally requires signature of MAIR program grad director and relevant outside program director. Some courses may place visiting graduate students on wait list; law school has a different calendar that begins and ends early. Not all possible elective courses in other units and departments should be considered; subject to investigation and confirmation. Please don’t hesitate to propose an elective to the program director. Normally there is a maximum of six elective units for the 30-unit degree, but that maximum can be waived depending on circumstances.