Certificate in International Rural Development - Topics in International Development (A) SPEC 2001   Topics in International Development (A)
An opportunity for students to study introductory topics in international development, with a focus on agriculture and rural development. Topics may be defined by the individual student, a group of students, or faculty. The course is conducted by classes, tutorials, assignments, readings, and/or other appropriate activities. Students are encouraged to use international travel or study opportunities as a focus for the course, but this is not required. Topics must be supervised by a faculty member in the proposed area of interest, and approved by the Department Head of Business and Social Sciences. Students must apply to the Department Head at least six weeks before the semester start date.
FORMAT COMMENTS: as arranged.
PREREQUISITES: Second-year standing