Minor in International Development Studies - Development Practice INTD 3002   Development Practice
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course is designed for third year undergraduate students who are interested in a career in international development. The course will introduce students to the internal dynamics of development organizations (both governmental and non-governmental), development planning, methodologies of development practice in the field, ethical issues related to development work, fundraising, project proposal writing and project evaluation. The major assignment will involve the preparation of a development project proposal. Because this is a course in development practice, it will involve both seminar discussions and practical ‘hands-on’ activities. Different sections of the course may include different thematic emphasis – e.g. rural development, gender and development and community development.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Seminar

PREREQUISITES: INTD 2001.03 and INTD 2002.03 or instructor's permission