Master of Science Development Studies

2 Year, Full-Time Program

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The MS Development Studies program is an interdisciplinary approach that enables scholars and practitioners of Development to consider the specificity of societies in terms of history, ecology, culture, technology, politics, etc., and how these differences both can and often should translate into varied 'local' responses to regional or global processes and strategies of development and methods.

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The program is designed as a 2-year full-time program with classes scheduled in the evenings to facilitate our employed students. Students are expected to complete their coursework in their first year (2 semesters) where they will be exposed to a combination of core and elective courses to complete their 24 CHs. After the coursework, students are supervised by a PhD faculty member for the completion of their MS Thesis (6 CHs).

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