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IDS Graduate Certificate
Students seeking a UM Graduate Certficate in International Development Studies are required to complete a total of 12 credit hours. This includes at least 6 credits of Common Core Courses and up to 6 credits of International Development Studies Content Courses.
At least half of the credits must be numbered 500 or above.
Common Core Courses
Must select at least 2 of the following courses.
- IDS 591 Monitoring and Evaluation in International Development
- GYD 520 Critical Issues in Helping
- NRSM G 575 Environment and Development
- PSCI G 521 Globalization
- PSCI 528 Politics of World Economy
In addition to Core Curriculum, students will take no more than 2 additional IDS courses from the following list of graduate-level IDS content courses, for a total of at least 12 credits.
Must select no more than 2 of the following courses.
- ANTH 520 Seminar in Ethnology
- ANTH 521 Applied Anthropology
- COMM 415 Intercultural Communication
- ECON 450 Advance Topics in Economic Development
- ENST 487 Globalization Justice and the Envrionment
- ENST 516 Climate Change: Mekong Delta
- NRSM G 524 Community Forestry
- NRSM 571 International Conservation and Development
- PSCI 431 Politics of Global Migration
- PSCI 463 Development Administration
- SW 465 Social Work in a Global Context
International Internships and other courses not listed here may count toward the certficate on petition by the student and approval by the IDS director.
To register for the IDS Graduate Certificate meet with IDS Director Kimber McKay Social Sciences 213 email@example.com.