Academics
Areas of Study

IDP-595

IDP-595 Special Topics

Grading System: letter grades only.

IDP-595 Special Topics
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Credit 1-3

IDP-770

IDP-770 Introduction to International Development

This course introduces students to the field of International Development by examining the history, theories, and models of development. Drawing on a range of case...

IDP-771

IDP-771 International Development with Deaf People and People with Disabilities: Language and Inequality

This course expands upon IDP 770: Introduction to International Development by exploring human rights frameworks currently reshaping the field of international development, particularly with respect...

IDP-772

IDP-772 Micropolitics of International Development

This course explores how micropolitical factors shape individual experiences and social relations within and between groups. Understanding human experiences and practices connected to gender, race,...

IDP-773

IDP-773 Macropolitical Intersections of Race, Gender, Sexuality and Development

This course builds upon IDP 770 and 772 by focusing on the intersections between race, gender and sexuality in international development agendas emphasizing the role...

IDP-774

IDP-774 Program Development and Evaluation for Social Change

This course focuses on collaborative formulation, development and evaluation of programs working with Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard of Hearing people and people with disabilities in...

IDP-775

IDP-775 Project Design and Implementation for Social Change

IDP-775 introduces students to the design, planning, and implementation of community development projects with Deaf, DeafBlind, Hard of Hearing people, signed language communities, and people...

IDP-776

IDP-776 Research Methods and Ethics for International Development

International development activities place a heavy emphasis on the ability to skillfully interact with and to generate many types of data. This course introduces students...

IDP-776

IDP-776 Research Methods and Ethics for International Development

International development activities place a heavy emphasis on the ability to skillfully interact with and to generate many types of data. This course introduces students...

IDP-779

IDP-779 Professional Seminar for International Development I

This course introduces students to standard practices of professional communication, conduct, and preparation of documents and presentation materials and types commonly used in the international...

IDP-780

IDP-780 Supervised Practicum for Master of Arts Degree in International Development

Professional service and direct action are core features of international development work, and therefore a critical aspect of graduate-level preparation. The IDMA¿s supervised practicum is...

IDP-781

IDP-781 Supervised Internship for Master of Arts Degree in International Development

This course builds on IDP-780 Supervised Practicum for International Development. As in that course, field experience working in a development assistance organization, federal agency, or...

IDP-782

IDP-782 Professional Seminar for International Development II

Building on IDP-779 Professional Seminar I, this course is designed to deepen students understanding of standard practices of professional communication, conduct, and preparation of documents...

IDP-795

IDP-795 Special Topics

Grading System: letter grades only.

IDP-795 Special Topics
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Credit 1-3

IDP-799

IDP-799 Independent Study

Independent studies enable advanced study of a topic, of interest to the student and the faculty member, not covered in the curriculum. Independent studies should...

IDP-595

IDP-595 Special Topics

Grading System: letter grades only.

IDP-595 Special Topics
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Credit 1-3

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