Climate change. Health equity. Gender identity. Economic inequality. Forced migration. As part of Clark University's landmark master's program in International Development, you'll join leading researchers, practitioners, and educators from a broad range of fields to develop collaborative responses to the most pressing issues facing humankind.
Connect critical analysis with hands-on practive as you put your skills to work in the field. And, in the process, gain a deeper understanding of the major forces shaping societies today.
Why a Master’s in International Development at Clark University?
- Tackle significant global challenges on projects that cross geographic and disciplinary boundaries as you learn to lead and work across teams with diverse backgrounds.
- Go from "knowing" to "doing" as you help develop practical, lasting solutions to complex issues.
- Work with communities, governments, and other organizations to address issues affecting the well-being of people and planet.
- Choose from three degree tracks, including accelerated options to earn your degree in 12-15 months.
- Opt for full- or part-time study with start dates in January and September.
- Concentrate in one of nine focal areas, including climate change impacts and adaptation, gender and identity, urban resilience, and refugees and forced migration.
- Prepare to pursue your passions and make meaningful contributions while advancing your career.
Applications are now reviewed on a rolling basis, and admission requirements have been adjusted.
Clark offers generous scholarships of up to 50% - contact us for details.
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