Graduate Courses

IDEV*6200: Development Theory, Issues and Process [1.0], F/W

This course will examine key issues in development, for example social justice, poverty and inequality, sustainability, governance and inclusiveness, and how perspectives on these issues have changed over time and differ across disciplinary perspectives. The course will be taught through guided readings, case study analysis, and seminar-based discussions. The course will be writing-intensive and focus on the development of skills in oral communication of development issues.

IDEV*6300: Research Analysis in a Development Context [0.5], S

Students will explore alternative approaches to development research and analysis across documentary, qualitative and quantitative methods and the ethical issues associated with research in a development context. The course involves guided readings and seminar-based discussions related to development research. There will emphasis on written and oral communication of development research and analysis to diverse audiences. This course will be taught over a two-week period at the start of the summer semester.

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