VIII. Graduate Programs
Capacity Development and Extension
International Development Studies Collaborative Program
Capacity Development and Extension participates in the collaborative international development studies (CIDS) program. Students take a minimum of 2.5 course credits in the school and a minimum of 2.5 credits in international development studies. The MSc degree for students in this program will have the specialist designation rural extension studies: international development studies. Please consult the International Development Studies listing for a detailed description of the collaborative program including the special additional requirements for each of the participating departments.
Rural Studies PhD Program
Capacity Development and Extension participates in the PhD program in rural studies in the field of sustainable rural communities. Those faculty whose research and teaching expertise includes aspects of rural studies may serve as advisors for PhD students. For further information consult the Rural Studies listing in this calendar.