Minor

Minor in Development Studies

Emory began offering an interdisciplinary Minor in Development Studies in Fall 2011. The Minor requires 22 hours of credit and is designed to provide the student with a good overview of the field of development studies and the ability to integrate an interdisciplinary perspective in analyzing development issues or problems. It will help to prepare students who are interested in careers in international development, as well as those who might pursue a graduate or professional degree in a development-related field.

Information about the requirements and the structure of the minor;  list of all approved courses for the minor; and courses for the current and upcoming semester

Summary of recent Capstone Course Final Projects

Research Opportunities for Undergraduate Students