Dr. Phyllis Ngai
IDS Graduate Certificate
Students seeking a UM Graduate Certificate in International Development Studies are required to complete a total of 12 credit hours. This includes at least 6 credits of Core Courses and up to 6 credits of International Development Studies Content Courses.
At least half of the credits must be numbered 500 or above.
Note: Courses offered in Fall 2021 are highlighted in green below. Check with the IDS Director about additional new courses.
Select 2 or more of the following courses:
- IDS 591 Social and Behavior Change Communication
- ENST 514 Society, Economy and Environment of the Mekong Delta (Study Abroad)
- ENST 580 The Politics of Food
- ENST 589 Environmental Justice Issues and Solutions (Spring 2022)
- NRSM 575 Environment and Development
- PSCI G 521 Globalization
- PSCI 582 Politics of World Economy (Fall 2021)
- PSCI 463 UG Development Administration -career preparation course (Fall 2021)
- PTRM 528 Tourism and Protected Area Management
- PTRM 584 Sustainable Protected Area Management and Tourism
- PTRM 595 Sustaining Human Societies and Natural Environment: Zambia & Botswana (Study Abroad)
In addition to Core Curriculum, students will take no more than 2 additional IDS courses from the following list of graduate-level IDS content courses, for a total of at least 12 credits.
Select no more than 2 of the following courses:
- ANTH 520 Seminar in Ethnology
- BMGT 685 International Business
- COMX 415 UG Intercultural Communication (Spring 2022)
- COMX 483 UG Hong Kong, Macau, South China: Communication, Culture, and Development (Study Abroad Summer 2022)
- COUN 575 Multicultural Counseling (Summer 2021)
- ECON 450 UG Advance Topics in Economic Development
- ENST 521 Foundation in Environment Education (Fall 2021)
- ENST 516 Climate Change Effects and Adaptation in the Mekong Delta (Study Abroad)
- HSTR 435 UG Human Rights in Latin America
- NRSM 524 Community Forestry
- NRSM 571 International Conservation and Development
- PHL 523 Science and the Environment (Fall 2021)
- PSCI 431 UG Politics of Global Migration
- PSCI 542 Seminar in Management & Policy Skills
- PSCI 595 Global Environmental Politics (contact instructor for override)
- PSCI 595 International Security (contact instructor for override) (Fall 2021)
- PSCI 595 International Law & Organizations (contact instructor for override)(Fall 2021)
- PRTM 527 Global Ecology Conservation and Natural Resource Management in a Changing World
- SW 465 UG Social Work in a Global Context
International Internships and other courses not listed here may count toward the certficate on petition by the student and approval by the IDS director.
To register for the IDS Graduate Certificate, please contact IDS Director.