This course brings together students in international development in their final year of study to examine key debates and to integrate knowledge from different areas of emphasis in the specialization. Students draw from a variety of disciplinary and inter-disciplinary perspectives in lectures, text-based seminars and in reaction to guest speakers. In addition, students develop and present research projects which focus theoretical insight on practical concerns.
Registration in B.A. International Development major. Minimum of 68% overall cumulative average. Instructor consent required. Written approval of the faculty advisor for International Development.
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