Community & International Development Graduate Program

Buller Hall 203
8488 E. Campus Circle Drive
(269) 471-6538

Joel Raveloharimisy provides degree plan advice and can help you plan your course selections. The schedule below shows when you should meet for advising appointments to discuss your plan for the upcoming semester.

  • Fall Semester: meet Feb. 15‒28 or May 15‒30 (for new students)
  • Spring Semester: meet Oct. 15‒30
  • Summer Semester: meet Feb. 15‒28

Marlena Maier can help answer general questions about our program, study tour, graduate assistantships, field practicum requirements and forms, or requesting a letter of recommendation.

One of our MSCID alumni, Palmero, secured a grant supporting food security in Indianapolis. Read more about it in the Andrews Agenda article.

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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.

Students typically complete the program in one to two years, have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty on research projects for publication, and more...

Learn more about costs HERE
...and scholarships HERE.


50% discount
on your MSCID tuition!


Discover more about Life At Andrews HERE.

If you are not ready to start your master's degree, but are interested in our undergraduate options, please click on More Info to learn more.

Contact Dr. Stacie Hatfield or Erica Bradfield for information and to discuss your possibilities with a bachelor's degree in Community & International Development.

Community Involvement Projects

Learn more about our community involvement and the results of a fundraising strategy our MSCID students formulated by utilizing budgeting, grantsmanship and fundraising principles. This strategy is now used to raise funds to support the church members in the southern region of Madagascar who are experiencing famine due to drought.

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The Field Practicum is the concluding requirement for the MSCID degree.

Conducting research is a requirement for completing the MSCID degree.

Our study tour will take you to ....... in 2025! Stay tuned!

Find information about career posibilities, a list of potential employers, and other career resources.

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Graduate Assistantship positions are available to full-time graduate students. We are looking for students who are positive, communicative, proactive, enthusiastic and who do their best.

Contact Us

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For questions regarding program requirements, program information and advising:
Phone: 269-471-6538

For general questions regarding program information:
Phone: 269-471-3152

For questions regarding admissions, applications and enrollment:
Phone: 855-428-4723 or 269-471-6321