IDCE Welcomes Visiting Scholars
If you see society’s challenges as a call to action, a degree from IDCE is designed for you.
Our degrees are problem-centered, and cut across disciplines to give you the broad knowledge and hands-on skills you need to drive meaningful change in the world.
We provide the preparation, skills, advising, and professional connections to turn your passion into a successful career.
90 percent of IDCE students receive scholarships and fellowships.
IDCE strives for a more just and sustainable world. We embrace the complexity of urgent social, political, and ecological problems and seek to approach these challenges through multidisciplinary teaching and learning, collaborative scholarship, and innovation.
Four graduate programs, nine research concentrations. Our planet’s most pressing challenges don’t fit into neat categories, and they can’t be addressed in isolation. Exactly why we invented our revolutionary transdisciplinary curriculum.
Want to bring about positive change? We offers an undergraduate major and minor in international development and social change and, for Clark students, an accelerated B.A./master’s degree.
Aougouri Romain Kiragoulou, M.A. ’22, returns home to Burkina Faso to help grassroots associations.
In a First-Year Intensive course, students meet with internationally renowned climate experts.
The USAID project will offer engagement opportunities across disciplines .
MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME
Clark has a vibrant and diverse student body, and welcomes students from more than 50 countries. As an international graduate student, you will be warmly welcomed by our close-knit community, and supported by the many resources and programs available.
Gain practical experience in small classes taught by faculty connected to real-world organizations.