Decision Making in Times of Crisis: The Asper International Program (48870)
Decision Making in Times of Crisis: Seminar Paper (48807)
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Academic hours: 45
July 6 – 31, 2020
This course is open to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as to mature learners with an academic background. You must be currently registered at or have been accepted to a recognized college or university or have successfully completed at least one year of study at an accredited institution of higher education.
July 1, 2020.
Application fee: US$ 80
Tuition: US$ 1,540
Seminar Paper registration: US$ 180
- Explore the Canadian and United States legal framework for emergency powers of government and balancing them with civil liberties.
- Explore Israel as a crucible for decision making in times of crisis. Israel over the years has had to address many crises – wars, invasions, terrorism, massive waves of immigration, economic crises, social divisions. What is the legal, political and social framework for decision making in such a society?
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We’re pleased you’re applying to join us. To apply, please note the following:
- To apply for the Decision Making in Times of Crisis program, please select “Special Programs” and the academic year “2020-2021” and then “Decision Making in Times of Crisis: The Asper International Program (Online)” on the online application.
- To be able to write the optional seminar paper, you are required to apply for it online. Only students who are accepted to and attend the online course are permitted to submit the seminar paper.
- To apply for the optional seminar paper, make sure you select both“Decision Making in Times of Crisis: The Asper International Program (Online)” and “Decision Making in Times of Crisis: Seminar Paper ” on the online application under “Special Programs” and the academic year “2020-2021.”
- Scroll down the online application pageto the section “Supplementary Application Materials” for more information on documents that you are required to submit with your application.
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