Today, the work of community developers is even more vital than in the past. The Community & International Development Program prepares students for management, leadership and supervisory roles domestically and abroad in non-profit organizations. Students gain competencies in development, needs assessment, grant writing, project evaluation, management, research, emergency response and a chosen specialty area. This program also requires a field practicum internship.
POINTS OF DISTINCTION
- Internships and International tours that provide field experience.
- Small class sizes with personal attention from professors.
- Opportunity to collaborate with faculty on research projects for publication.
- Students typically complete the program in one to two years.