DEVS 492 Topics in Development Studies I
Seminars offered by regular and visiting faculty on development topics related to their research interests. Consult the departmental homepage for further details of specific course offerings each year.
NOTE Taught concurrently with DEVS 8XX/3.0.
An internationally oriented and interdisciplinary program taught by globally recognized faculty, the graduate programs in Global Development Studies provide advanced research training for students seeking to pursue careers in government, academia, development agencies, journalism, media, teaching, business, and law. With small classes and close supervision, we empower students to pursue research projects on important topics that they are passionate about. At the same time, we facilitate students to build the core professional, analytical and communication skills sought by employers in Canada and internationally. From the grassroots to the global, out students attain the skills and knowledge needed to make an impact!
DEVS 801 The Political Economy of Development This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the relationship between political economy and the ideas and practices of development. The course grounds students in core theories, both classical and contemporary. It then examines key themes and controversies to illustrate the relationships between the political economy and development policies. This is a mandatory course for all graduate students in Global Development Studies. Fall. S. Soederberg.
...OR DEVS 392/3.0 - Indigenous People Topic, Indigenous Peace Building Topic, DEVS 492 /3...