Master Conflict, Governance and International Development - Máster en Conflicto, Gobernabilidad y Desarrollo Internacional
Our Master of Development Studies degree gives students the theoretical grounding and practical experience required to address developing world issues. You’ll take away a raft of transferable skills from academic study, as well as refine career-relevant skills in critical analysis, communication, cross-cultural understanding, research methods, project design, project management and teamwork.
Specialise in gender and development studies
As part of your degree, you may choose to apply for our unique optional Gender and Development stream. It provides a superior understanding of gender and development theory. The course material also tackles practical concerns surrounding planning for gender in development projects within government and non-government organisations.
100 point program
1 year full-time
an honours degree in a cognate discipline, with at least H2B (70%) average, or equivalent; or
an undergraduate degree in a cognate discipline, with at least H2B (70%) average, or equivalent, and at least two years of documented, relevant work experience, or equivalent.
150 point program
1.5 years full-time
an undergraduate degree in any discipline, with at least H2B (70%) average, or equivalent, and at least one year of documented, relevant work experience, or equivalent.
200 point program
2 years full-time
An undergraduate degree in any discipline, with at least H2B (70%) average, or equivalent.
Project Management and DesignDevelopment TheoriesGender Issues in DevelopmentHIV and AIDS:An Evolving Global Response
Research in DevelopmentPoverty, Microfinance and DevelopmentResearch Methods for DevelopmentInternational Child Health
Socio-Economic DevelopmentProject Management and DesignInternational Adolescent HealthHealth and Development
Social Impact Assessment and EvaluationInternational Internship in DevelopmentFamily, Community and DevelopmentDisability in Developing Coun