Sustainable Communities & Development

Brandeis University

Heller School for Social Policy and Management Contact: Laurence Simon
School Waltham Massachusetts 02454 United States Work Fax: 781-736-8366 Work Phone: 781-736-2770 Website: http://heller.brandeis.edu/academic/sid/ Website: http://heller.brandeis.edu/academic/mpp/index.html

Biography

Confront poverty and inequality. Create global community.

Heller’s Master of Arts in Sustainable International Development Program (SID) is committed to socially just and sustainable development – which means that we focus on addressing the root causes of poverty and in­equality in the world’s most mar­ginalized communities. Together, our community of students, scholars, and practitioners create solutions to the most pressing global issues.

Through this two-year program, students typically spend a year in residence taking classes, then during the second year, complete a six-month practicum in the field and write a final paper. Several track options are available, including a one-year program, a second year in residence and numerous dual and joint degree options.

 

 

 

Categories: Advanced Degree, Policy, Sustainable Communities & Development
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