Started in 2006, the Master of Arts in International Development provides training and education that focuses on the specific needs and issues facing development workers and NGOs. The program targets leaders, facilitators and managers of development projects who want to enhance their theological framework for development, hone their skills and gain a better understanding of the social, economic and cultural perspectives that impact social transformation in the U.S. and abroad.
Global or Urban Concentration
The 30-credit (10 courses) MA in International Development has two concentrations: an urban ministry concentration geared towards preparing practitioners for work in cities in the United States, and an international concentration for those feeling called to the international arena. The urban and international concentrations are offered in the MA Full-time Traditional Delivery with an internship in an urban setting in the United States or in a developing country, respectively. The global concentration is also offered in a Blended Online Residency Format in Africa.
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