VIII. Graduate Programs
International Development Studies
*This does not apply to students in Rural Planning and Development. Please see Rural Planning and Development section below for required courses (Both CIDS and departmental).
Students in the collaborative program may undertake any course offered by a collaborating department with the permission of the instructor. There are also two optional interdiscplinary courses available listed below.
Programs in departments not listed below are designed by special arrangements.
Agricultural Economics and Business (MSc)
* NB: a departmental course from the policy area may substitute for the Politics course in the CIDS core.
N.B. Historical Conceptions of the City HIST*6390 may substitute for the geography component of the CIDS core
Political Science (MA)
Rural Extension Studies (MSc)
Rural Planning and Development (MSc [Plan])
CIDS Core Courses Required:
N.B.: International Rural Development Planning RPD*6030 may substitute for the politics requirement in the core.