International Development Minor

The international development minor equips students with basic critical-analytical skills and contextual knowledge needed to understand and address practical problems of sustainable development anywhere in the world. The minor is grounded in a Christian worldview and therefore pursues ideas and approaches to development that hold the promise of holistic transformation within communities and institutions and seeks to correct the injustices associated with poverty, oppression and inequality.

Minor: 14–17 hours

Required Courses

Credits

INCL 201 - Introduction to Global Issues

3

INCL 338 - Issues in Development

4

INCL 346 - Governance and Development

4

Electives - Choose one of the following courses:

POLS 212 - Social Science Research Methods

4

ECON 210 - Principles of Microeconomics and ECON 211 Principles of Macroeconomics

3, 3

INCL 345 - Peacebuilding: Genocide and Religious Diversity (Go-Ed)

3

POLS 345 - Community Organization and Development

4

INCL 347 - Development Communication and Grant Writing

4

INCL 350 - Culture Change and Globalization

4

INCL 442 - Globalization and Islamization

3–4

Total

14–17