Saturday, July 29, 2006

Programs on International Development. Pt 2

Hola
Browsing the internet I found a very usefull document published by Queens University of Canada. The orginal format was a Word document, but I copied the content into this post so you can have better access to its exellent links. To see the original source please click here. This information is for educational purposes. If used, please give credit to the source.

See infomation below
Graduate Programs in International Development

Canadian Universities
A helpful site to use while researching graduate programs in Canada is: www.idsnet.org/ccupids

University of British Columbia (www.ubc.ca)

Graduate programs can found in four areas at UBC:

Department of Geography (www.geog.ubc.ca)
See: Winter 2002-2003 Graduate Program Brochure
http://www.geog.ubc.ca/~mluk/NewApplicant/NewBrochure02-03.pdf


The Sustainable Development Research Institute (SDRI)
http://www.sdri.ubc.ca
Email: sdri@sdri.ubc.ca

The Institute for Resources and Environment (IRE)
Resource Management Environmental Studies Program
http://www.ire.ube.ca/y2k/ire/html/home.htm
Email: rmesgrad@interchange.ubc.ca

The Liu Centre for the Study of Global issues
http://www.liucentre.ubc.ca
Email: liuctre@interchange.ubc.ca


Dalhousie University (www.dal.ca)

Master of development economics with concentration in international development studies

International Development Studies at Dalhousie
http://www.dal.ca/~intdwww.html
Tel.: (902) 494-3814
Email: ids@is.dal.ca

Contact: Dr. Pauline Gardiner Barber
Tel.: 494-2523
Email: pauline.gardiner.barber@dal.ca

Related organizations at Dalhousie:
Lester Pearson International
The Society for Corporate and Environmental and Social Responsibility

Carleton University (www.carleton.ca)

Master of Arts in International Affairs
Three core sections: development studies, conflict analysis, international political economy

Also: Joint Master of Arts in International Affairs and Bachelor of Law degree
Offered through the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs and the Common Law Section of the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa

Contact: international_affairs@carleton.ca


University College of Cape Breton (www.uccb.ns.ca)

Master of Business Administration in community economic development

Faculty: School of Business
Contact: gmacinty@uccb.ns.ca
Tel.: (902) 563-1467


University of Guelph (www.uoguelph.ca)

MA in International Development Studies

MSc in International Development Studies

Contact: Collaborative International Development Studies Program
Sally Humphries (Director)
Email: shumphri@uoguelph.ca
Graduate Secretary
Email: CIDS@css.uoguelph.ca


Saint Mary’s University (www.stmarys.ca)

Master of Art in International Development Studies


University of Northern British Columbia (www.unbc.ca)

Master of Arts in International Studies

Contact: International Studies Program, Lana Diaz
Tel.: (250) 960-6668
Email: diazl@unbc.ca


University of Toronto

Development Studies can be pursued at the Graduate level in three departments at the University of Toronto:

Geography: www.geog.utoronto.ca
See: International Development
Email: geograd@geog.utoronto.ca

Political Science: Political Economy of Development (PED)
Requirements for the program are: political science, undergraduate level microeconomics, macroeconomics, and statistics
Contact: Carolynn Branton (Graduate Secretary)
Tel.: (416) 978-2017
Email: artsci.utoronto.ca

Sociology:
Contact: Jeannette Wright
Telephone: (416) 978-3414
Email: wright@chass.utoronto.ca


International Universities

British Universities

See: http://www.ids.ac.uk/courses for complete list of graduate programs in Development Studies

A printed guide is also available: Development Studies in Britain, A Select Course Guide
For a copy, contact l.j.knight@bradford.ac.uk


US Universities

See: www.gradschools.com/listings/all/intlDevelop.html for information on Graduate Schools in the United States in International Development

1 comment:

Kate said...

get a friggin' day job.



:)