The Bachelor of Arts General degree (15 credits) provides a sound general education while allowing for concentration of studies in a particular area. In the International Development area of concentration, students gain a broad understanding of development issues and debates through a range of courses in the social sciences (Economics, Geography, Political Science and Sociology/Anthropology). A minimum of 5.0 credits is needed to complete the area of concentration in International Development.
BA General Degree program requirements
Students completing an area of concentration in ID must also meet the requirements of the BA General Degree in order to graduate. See the Bachelor of Arts Program Information in the undergraduate calendar for details. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that the requirements for both the BA degree program and the ID specialization are met.
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