Studies in Grand Strategy  is the flagship course for the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy. Objectives of the two-semester course are to have the students appreciate the design, implementation and consequences of grand strategy; design and present effective grand strategy; and experience personal and collective growth and developing, including a summer fellowship experience.  In addition, other courses related to grand strategy and taught by our affiliated faculty, include World Order, taught by Charles Hill , and Grand Strategy and Global Health, to be offered in spring 2017 with Leslie Curry.