Community & International Development Graduate Program
College of Arts & Sciences
Nethery Hall, Room 135
cas-info@andrews.edu
(269) 471-3411

Today, the work of community developers is even more vital than in the past.

The concentration area is selected by individual choice and will draw on Behavioral Sciences faculty strengths and utilize courses offered throughout the university.

The regular standing two-year program requires 39-43 credits of coursework and at least 720-hours of internship.

The Field Practicum is the concluding requirement for the concentration.

The Community and International Development program will be traveling to Madagascar again in the summer of 2019!

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