Collaborate across disciplines and social groups to develop solutions to the make-or-break challenges facing today’s world.
Climate change. Health equity. Gender identity. Economic inequality. Forced migration. In this landmark graduate program, you will investigate the pivotal forces that are shaping the contemporary human experience. Distinguished by a transdisciplinary approach, the M.A. in International Development and Social Change brings together leading researchers, practitioners, and educators from a broad range of fields to develop collaborative responses to the most pressing issues facing humankind.
A distinguished master’s program in Clark University’s renowned International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE) Department, the graduate degree in international development focuses on critical analysis and hands-on practice, giving you the tools and confidence to put your skills to work in the field. You will assess the real-world impact of grassroots initiatives, social movements, government policies, technological innovation, and education. And you will reach a deeper understanding of the major forces shaping societies.
Make a difference. Join our community of scholars and practitioners dedicated to driving productive solutions to issues of social justice, economic well-being, and sustainable development.