Dual MA in Sustainable International Development & Master of Science in Global Health and Management 24 months Postgraduate Program By Brandeis University |Top Universities

Dual MA in Sustainable International Development & Master of Science in Global Health and Management

Program Duration

24 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Area StudiesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Area Studies

Study Level

Masters

This dual degree awards the MA SID and MS IHPM degrees to highly qualified students in 21 months that include two years in residence, a field placement, and a professional paper or project. Students may enter in either program and must complete: A. All required courses and a minimum of 32 credits for the MA SID degree in one year in residence (two semesters). B. All required courses and a minimum of 32 credits for the MS IHPM degree in one year in residence (two semesters). C. A summer practicum or field placement of 3 months (12 credits) related to sustainable development and health. D. During the second year in residence, students must prepare a professional paper or project, integrating their learning from the perspectives of international health and sustainable development. The paper or project must be done in cooperation with a faculty advisor and reflect graduate-level scholarship representing the culmination of academic work for the dual degree and demonstrating the student's ability to synthesize knowledge and skills learned in both programs. Students present at SID Capstone in May of the second year.

Program overview

Main Subject

Area Studies

Study Level

Masters

This dual degree awards the MA SID and MS IHPM degrees to highly qualified students in 21 months that include two years in residence, a field placement, and a professional paper or project. Students may enter in either program and must complete: A. All required courses and a minimum of 32 credits for the MA SID degree in one year in residence (two semesters). B. All required courses and a minimum of 32 credits for the MS IHPM degree in one year in residence (two semesters). C. A summer practicum or field placement of 3 months (12 credits) related to sustainable development and health. D. During the second year in residence, students must prepare a professional paper or project, integrating their learning from the perspectives of international health and sustainable development. The paper or project must be done in cooperation with a faculty advisor and reflect graduate-level scholarship representing the culmination of academic work for the dual degree and demonstrating the student's ability to synthesize knowledge and skills learned in both programs. Students present at SID Capstone in May of the second year.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

7+
Other English Language Requirements:  600 (paper-based TOEFL); 250 (computer-based TOEFL); 68 (PTE).
24 Months
Jan-2000

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International Students

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