The International Development emphasis is recommended for students who wish to study development issues and policies, as preparation for careers with business, government agencies, Non-Governmental Organizations, foreign aid contractors, and Relief Organizations involved in working in Developing Countries.
When completing an International Development emphasis, in addition to the basic requirements (Int. Stds 205 and 402), the student must take the courses described below, and may take as many upper-level elective courses from List 2 to complete the major's credit and discipline distribution requirements.
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|Int. Studies - Int'l Development
International development courses (15 credits):
The courses required for International Development serve as the 15 credit specialization within International Studies.
These courses include:
Students pursuing the International Development emphasis may take 15 credits of elective courses, from course List 2, in order to complete the major's 36 credits requirement.
Please note that only up to 9 credits out of the major's 36 credits may consist of 100 or 200 level courses.
Additionally, students must take courses from at least four different disciplines giving credit in the International Studies Program within their major.