Our Development Practice Program offers a unique, multidisciplinary approach to advancing the knowledge and skills of students, who seek to obtain a better understanding of the challenges of development in the contemporary context.
The program is designed to enable students to appreciate the multifaceted nature of development, draw connections, identify challenges, and devise critically informed problem-solving strategies.
Taught by internationally recognised researchers, our courses bring together aspects of community level development, urban and regional planning, social planning and evaluation of development projects, and political as well as political economy analysis from local to global levels.
The postgraduate coursework programs also provides a solid foundation for students inclined to pursue further academic research beyond the Masters Program.
Students of Development Practice will find a vibrant student community, with participants from all corners of the globe contributing rich and diverse experiences to an intellectually and practically challenging and stimulating program. While offering a rigorous multidisciplinary foundation for the study of Development Practice our program also offers students the opportunity to choose courses from the four fields of study:
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