Offered through Clark's International Development, Community and Environment Department (IDCE), the Master’s in International Development and Social Change trains students to meet some of the world’s most pressing social, political, economic and cultural challenges. You explore new ways to understand and improve all of the major forces of change: grassroots initiatives, social movements, government policy, market approaches, technological innovation, individual action and education.
We address deep-seated problems through teaching, research and a heavy emphasis on hands-on practice—helping you become an effective driver of social change.
Why Study International Development and Social Change at Clark?
- Rigorous academics combined with experience developing on-the-ground applications.
- Learning within the context of our renowned International Development, Community and Environment Department.
- Opportunities to work with disadvantaged communities in rural areas, small towns and large cities.
- Impassioned scholar-practitioner professors with decades of field work experience.
- A culturally rich, diverse, international community.