MA Development Economics and MA International Studies
Both degrees focus upon International Development. The MA Development Economics is a graduate degree in Economics, specializing in development. The normal requirement for admission to this degree is an undergraduate degree in Economics, as strong economic analytical and quantitative skills are necessary. These skills are developed further in graduate courses. The MA Development Economics is offered by the Department of Economics.
The MA International Studies (International Development stream) is an interdisciplinary degree focuses upon International Development. The normal requirement for admission to this degree is an undergraduate degree in one of the Social Sciences. Graduate courses are taken in International Studies, Economics, and other areas, depending upon students’ interests. The MA International Studies degree is offered jointly by the Departments of Economics and International Studies.