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International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE)

IDCE house

IDCE house allows our students to strive for a more just and sustainable world.

The International Development, Community, and Environment Department (IDCE) links theory to practice with problem-centered, transdisciplinary programs built on 35 years of collective field experience in across the globe. Undergraduate and graduate students pursue degrees in international development and social change, global health, community health, environmental science and policy, community development and planning, and geographic information science.

Learn more about the IDCE program at Clark

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