International Development Studies
|IDS2003||Concepts and Perspectives||3 ch (3C) [W]|
Examines the multiplicity of factors that shape contemporary development processes in local, national and global contexts, focusing on how social actors are able to impose, resist and transform the disruptive processes unleashed by globalization. Perspectives, case studies, and theories are drawn from across the range of humanities and social-science disciplines. IDS 2003 can replace IDS 2001 for degree requirements; students cannot obtain credit for both IDS2003 and IDS 2001.
|IDS3003||International Development: Policies and Practices||3 ch (3C) [W]|
|IDS3903||Independent Study in International Development Studies||3 ch (R) [W]|
|IDS4003||IDS Practicum||3 ch|
This course integrates learning with a community based service project on an overseas international development initiative. The aim is to enrich students' education by providing a unique opportunity for acquiring first-hand skills and experiences. Students must consult with the IDS Director to develop their Practicum prior to registration. The course is graded on a Credit/No Credit basis.
|IDS4103||Advanced Topics in International Development Studies||3 ch (3S) [W]|
|IDS4203||Development Project Design||3 ch (3S) [W]|
|IDS4900||Honours Thesis in International Development Studies||6 ch R [W]|