What is IDS?
Kelsey McCall Recieves Undergraduate Research Award
Stanley Wilson Recieves Undergraduate Research Award
Teresa Sobieszczyk Receives Fullbright Award
Peter Koehn Receives Malone Award
Kayla Hoggart Receives Undergraduate and Faculty Research Award
Marisa Griffith Receives Undergraduate Research Scholarship
International Development Studies is an interdisciplinary field of study focusing on the interconnected processes of social, political, economic, cultural, and environmental change taking place in low-income countries and low-income regions of wealthy countries. Coursework in the minor emphasizes a global perspective on the process of change and development, critical analysis of the role of internal and external influences on the development process, and applications to local (including Montana) situations and challenges. The IDS minor takes advantage of existing faculty expertise and courses to offer an interdisciplinary experience for those students interested in either international or domestic development work. Students minoring in IDS will develop knowledge and skills appropriate for graduate study and for working in non-governmental organizations, international and bilateral government development organizations, the U.S. Peace Corps and other national/international equivalents, and /or community-development groups.
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