VIII. Graduate Programs
International Development Studies
MA and MSc Programs
Students wishing to pursue an MSc or MA degree with the designation "International Development Studies" must enter the CIDS program through a participating department. Students meet both departmental and CIDS requirements. More detailed information is available in the CIDS Graduate Studies Handbook or on the CIDS Graduate website: www.uoguelph.ca/cids .
Students must meet the admission requirements of the department of their choice and demonstrate familiarity with conceptual frameworks employed in the social sciences.
Students complete CIDS core requirements and requirements designated for CIDS students by the relevant department. Following are requirements for select departments; consult the graduate calendar for other departments. One CIDS core course may be waived if a student has taken a comparable course at the senior undergraduate level.