The Master of International Development Policy program offers a Certificate in International Development Policy (IDP) to students enrolled in other graduate programs. This certificate is earned concurrently to your degree program.
To earn the certificate, the following courses (for a total of 12 credit hours) must be fulfilled prior to graduation from your degree program:
- Development Management Seminar (3 credits)
- Development Economics Seminar (3 credits)
- International Development Elective (6 credits)
The IDP Certificate is limited to 30 registered graduate students at a given time. Please note that once the certificate has been added to a student's academic record, it cannot be removed. If a student fails to complete the requirements by the end of their graduation term, the certificate will appear as "discontinued" on the student's academic record.
If you have any questions about the program, please contact our Student and Academic Services Coordinator.