CIDP Concentrations:

Whereas the core course requirements for the MSA in Community and International Development provide limited options in terms of how they are fulfilled, the opposite is true of the concentration requirements.

The concentration area is selected by individual choice and will draw on Behavioral Sciences faculty strengths and utilize courses offered throughout the university. The program director/advisor, in consultation with the student, will select a minimum of 12 credits of elective courses related to the chosen concentration to meet the student’s career goals.

The field practicum and research project or thesis will be related to the area of the concentration emphasis in order to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the chosen specialization area.

Concentration options