Master of Arts in International Development Policy - Development Management and Governance Program By Duke University |Top Universities

Master of Arts in International Development Policy - Development Management and Governance

Master of Arts in International Development Policy - Development Management and Governance

  • Study Level Masters
  • Duration 24 months

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The Master of International Development Policy (MIDP) is a unique, flexible interdisciplinary degree program that trains mid-career professionals who plan to dedicate their careers to policy-making and public service in and for developing countries. The mission of the master’s program in international development policy is to provide top-quality, personalized education targeted to students’ international development policy goals and interests. The program equips graduates to make contributions to social, political and economic development efforts worldwide. As an MIDP fellow, you will enjoy personalized career advising and professional development services. The Duke Center for International Development at the Sanford School is dedicated to supporting fellows as they refine their professional skills, connect with colleagues and organizations that will enhance their professional network, and apply their creativity and passion to the most pressing needs of their country or region. Should you attend the program, you will become part of a network of MIDP alumni in more than 65 countries, working with international development agencies, in the private sector, or as government and NGO leaders to advance the field of sustainable international development. Development Management and Governance The Development Management and Governance concentration covers a broad area of international development issues, allowing fellows the greatest flexibility to choose classes corresponding to their interests. Fellows may focus on issues such as development project management, entrepreneurship development, nonprofit management, civil society and governance, capacity building, decentralization, media policy, aid coordination, science and technology policy, and regional planning.