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Our planet’s most pressing challenges don’t fit into neat categories that can be addressed in isolation — which is exactly why we invented our revolutionary transdisciplinary curriculum. At Clark, we form a passionate community characterized by creativity, bold thinking, and determination.

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Graduate Programs

IDCE’s graduate programs draw from nine research concentrations. Within your academic concentration, you will tackle projects that integrate domestic and international contexts and social and environmental issues.

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Undergraduate Programs

IDCE also offers a major and minor in international development and social change (IDSC), and an accelerated B.A./master’s degree for Clark undergraduates who want to bring about positive change locally and globally.

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International Students

Clark boasts a vibrant and diverse student body, with students hailing from more than 50 countries. As a graduate student, you will be warmly welcomed by our close-knit community, and supported by the many resources and programs available to help international students acclimate to life in the US and on campus.

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Jennifer Safford honored for excellence in education

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Preparation and resilience key to overcoming challenges

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National Grid scholarship honors David Angel

Master’s student Maria Masood to research vehicle-to-grid power sharing

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Samantha Arsenault ’15, M.A. ’16, fights “perfect storm”

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