The Global Development track is designed to help students prepare for a career in developing the international world. Core skills here will help you succeed in the State Department, the World Bank, economic development in Third World countries, NGO development, international regional politics and political economy, terrorism and regional/country specific politics, and in the international private sector.
GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT TRACK:
GROUP 6.5.1 Complete 1 course
GROUP 6.5.2 Complete 12.0 hours from the following course(s)
You may take up to 9 credit hours.
Note: Internships and mentored research must be related to global development to count for the Global Development track (i.e. international development organization or in developing countries).
Note: Students are strongly encouraged to complete international internships and mentored field research.
Note: Students should contact the Political Science Internship Director, Scott Dunaway (945 KMBL, 801-422-2168), at least 60-90 days before the anticipated internship start date or before beginning the search for an internship.