International Development Studies

This specialization meets the needs of students interested in broadening and supplementing their backgrounds in areas related to international development. The program is designed primarily for persons planning to follow careers in international organizations, technology transfer activities, and national planning and development. It is also designed for managers whose expanding responsibilities require knowledge in several disciplines.

(Choose three of the following)

Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

Agricultural Economics

Agricultural Education

Agricultural Meteorology

Agronomy

Animal Science

Anthropology

Apparel, Merchandising & Design

Architecture

Business Administration*

Community and Regional Planning

Earth Sciences

Economics

Education

Environmental Sciences

Family and Consumer Sciences Education

Food Science and Technology

Forestry

 

Geology

Hospitality Management

Human Development and Family Studies

Industrial and Agricultural Technology

Industrial Engineering

Journalism and Mass Communication

Meteorology

Microbiology

Nutritional Sciences

Political Science

Rural Sociology

Sociology

Technology and Social Change

Transportation*

Veterinary Microbiology

Veterinary Preventive Medicine*

Women's Studies

 

*Interdepartmental Program

NOTE: Not more than one formally recognized interdepartmental program (e.g., Genetics) may be used as a subject matter area.