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Executive Education Programs at DCID have been specially designed for mid-career professionals at government ministries and public enterprises, banks (private and public) and financial institutions, investment analysis agencies, international development agencies, individual and corporate investment firms, business and consulting firms, and public-private partnerships, among others. See below for the specific requirements of each open enrollment program.

Executive Education Programs at DCID have been specially designed for mid-career professionals at government ministries and public enterprises, banks (private and public) and financial institutions, investment analysis agencies, international development agencies, individual and corporate investment firms, business and consulting firms, and public-private partnerships, among others.

Admissions for summer 2022 are now closed. If you are interested in participating in next year’s programming, please sign up for our mailing list here.

Program

Who Should Apply

Priority Application Deadline

Project Appraisal and Risk Management (PARM)

Online Only

This program is open to individuals working professionally in finance, economics, accounting, taxation, management, engineering or other related fields. It is for people who design, appraise, select, negotiate or finance projects, and for those who are interested in the financial, economic and social impacts of these projects.

June 18, 2021

Tax Analysis and Revenue Forecasting (TARF)

Online Only

This training program is open to individuals working professionally in tax policy, tax administration, economics, finance, accounting, management or other related fields.

July 2, 2021

Tax Policy and Revenue Estimation (TPRE)

Online Only

This training program is open to individuals working professionally in tax policy, tax administration, economics, finance, accounting, management or other related fields.

July 4, 2022

Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Programs (M&EDP)

Online Only

The program is intended for public sector managers, planners, program analysts, accountants and auditors in ministries responsible for finance and economic planning, as well as sector ministries and field agencies engaged in planning, implementation and evaluation of development programs. The program content is also beneficial for professionals in NGOs, development banks and donor agencies.

June 20, 2022

Behavioral Economics (BE)

Online Only

This training program will provide participants the opportunity to learn about the behavioral economics principles and practice applying them to real world issues

July 20, 2022

Budgeting and Financial Management for the Public Sector (BUDGET)

This training course is designed for middle- and senior-level managers with a substantial record related to public service. 

June 25, 2021

Program on Fiscal Decentralization and Local Government Financial Management (PFD)

This program is open to individuals working professionally in finance, economics, law, government administration or other related fields. 

June 25, 2021

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Thank you for your interest in the Master of International Development Policy program. By applying to the program, you are taking a step toward becoming a more effective international development professional and joining a network of experienced practitioners worldwide. Before you begin the application process, please take a moment to read more about the program’s admission process. 

What We Look for in Prospective MIDP Fellows

Additional Requirements for the Accelerated 30 Credit Degree Program

To be eligible for the accelerated 30 credit degree, applicants must have completed at least 5 years of professional experience and the equivalent of one-year of previous graduate level coursework in a relevant field. 

The MIDP’s accelerated 30 credit degree is completed over 3 semesters: 

1. Fall, Spring, and Summer or 

2. Fall, Spring, and Fall with Summer off.

“My family and I have put a lot of thought and consideration into this decision.  We are convinced that Duke, DCID and Durham are the best alternatives for us. I would like to sincerely and profoundly thank you for all your guidance in this process. For me it has been very helpful – every detail you have provided about the program as well as every conversation you have arranged for me.  It has given me a strong sense of how the atmosphere at Duke and DCID must be, we feel very comfortable and welcome and this has been an important variable that we took into consideration when making our decision. I am really excited and looking forward to meeting you in a few months.”  – 2018 Admitted Fellow

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