Uganda: Development Studies

Examine development in theory and practice throughout Uganda, while engaging with current concepts and debates in development

offered by SIT Study Abroad

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Examine contemporary development in Uganda with case studies on environment, health, gender, and civil society, and engage with current concepts and debates in the vibrant context of Kampala. This program will introduce you to the social, political, economic, and environmental issues of development through selected site visits and carefully designed field activities in Uganda and Rwanda. Case studies of environmental, health, gender, and human rights projects provide the context for exploring this development model, its successes and challenges. You will explore development projects in Uganda and Rwanda and use development theory to examine the assumptions that inform the design of these projects. Choose to conduct a field-based Independent Study Project or a hands-on internship with a community-based, national, or international development organization. Major topics of study include: History, politics, and geography Economic development, health, and society Gender, women’s empowerment, and development Natural resources, the modern state, and political conflicts Models of eco-tourism, conservation, and natural resource management Land rights and food security Please visit our website for more information.


  • Development Studies
  • Economic Development
  • Economics
  • Sustainable Development
  • African Studies
  • Political Science
  • Social Sciences
  • Anthropology
  • International Development


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