Master in Development Studies

Kimmage Development Studies Centre / Dtalk – Development Training and Learning Programme
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15.09.2012  Dublin
 
Course Content
Political economy of development, development economics, political studies and environment, planning for development, project planning, management and gender analysis, social and cultural change, sociology of development and cultural anthropology, adult and group development, leadership in groups and adult education (selection)
Learning objectives, training objectives
To offer a high quality academic training in development studies, exploring contemporary theories in the social sciences, development policies and practices (selection)
Target Audience
This MA is aimed at advanced level participants who hold a primary degree or equivalent qualifications and who have experience of working in a development context
Qualifications
A University Degree, preferably in a development related discipline
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Mr. James Morton
Mr. Tom Campbell
 
Type of degree
Certificate of attendance
Languages
English
Fees
EUR 6 200 (EEA), EUR 10 000 (non-EEA)
Organizer contact info
Kimmage Manor, Whitehall Road
Ireland
 
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