International Development Diploma Program
The International Development Diploma is designed for students who are interested in working with organizations involved in development projects across the globe.The program provides students with an opportunity to engage with current global issues such as poverty; environmental degradation; racial and gender discrimination; corruption and lack of economic and financial transparency; and political deficiency.
ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this program, students will acquire a multidisciplinary understanding of the current issues in international development and learn to apply appropriate techniques to analyze the issues and problems of development in the global context. For more information about entrance requirements, program requirements, and courses please visit the OC Calendar here.
The OC International Development Program is now a member of CASID! (Canadian Association for Studies in International Development).What does this mean for you? Well, first of all check the CASID Prize for the best original essay, which is now open to all students at Okanagan College. Check the complete list of institutional members here. Careers page!
International Development Night coming up!
Get ready for our upcoming event - April 5th 2017 for International Development Night! Atrium, KLO Campus 1-6pm. On April 5th, 2017 Okanagan College's Political Science department members will team up with local groups to host International Development night. This event celebrated the role of Okanagan individuals and organizations in creating a better world, one step at a time, through international humanitarian actions, aid and development efforts worldwide.
Visit the OC Library's Guide to resources on International Development. The Canadian Journal of Development Studies currently has free access to its virtual special issue "The State of Development Studies". Check it out here.
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ContactPlease call Dr. Rosalind Warner at: 250-762-5445 x. 4294 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.