Graduate study in the ID Program is anchored in a required core curriculum and offers students the opportunity to custom-design a particular focus of concentration to fit their interests. In consultation with their faculty advisors, ID students may design other concentrations.
Some common areas of concentration in International Development:
Children/Youth and Development
Conflict, Peacebuilding and Development
Education and Development
Environment and Development
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development
Food and Agriculture
Gender and Development
Globalization and Development
Governance and Democracy
Health and Development
Monitoring and Evaluation
NGOs, Business and Development
For a list of suggested courses for each concentration, please refer to the second page of the ID Advising Worksheet.
Intensive three-day courses, training students in state-of-the-art international development techniques