International and Development Economics

Integrates rigorous training in quantitative economics with overseas field study in a developing country.

offered by University of San Francisco - The College of Arts and Sciences

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The M.S. in International and Development Economics is a two-year program in which students take three to four classes each semester, including one summer for the overseas internship. However, students desiring to go part-time can complete the program by taking two classes per semester for three years, undertaking their summer field research between the second and third years of the program. Students will be equipped for a future in one or more of the following areas: Professional work in international agencies, international businesses and non-governmental organizations Professional work as development researchers, practitioners and policymakers for issues facing developing countries Further study in international and development economics in a Ph.D. program


  • Economics
  • International Studies
  • International Affairs/Relations
  • International Development

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