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M.A. in OLPD: Comparative and International Development Education (CIDE) Program Curriculums

Accelerated (Plan B) Curriculum

Plan B Curriculum

Plan A Curriculum

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CIDE Accelerated (Plan B) Curriculum

Summer Coursework (7 credits)

Fall Coursework (12 credits) and Spring Coursework (11 credits)

Students will determine their schedules for the fall and spring terms in conjunction with their advisers. However, all students in the accelerated program must take the following courses in the fall and spring because they are part of the M.A. research and writing support sequence:

The following is a list of possible courses for the fall and spring terms. Students must complete at least 6 credits in their specialization by the end of the spring term:

Specialization: Comparative and international development education

Specialization: Intercultural/International education

Related Fields (6 credits taken outside CIDE)

The master’s degree requires 6 semester credits taken outside the program track that directly relate to the student’s area of study. These credits should be selected in consultation with the adviser and should constitute a solid coursework foundation for the student’s thesis. These courses may include additional methods courses taught outside the department.

Electives (12 or more credits)

Take 12 or more credits from the following list with adviser approval as needed to reach 30 credits total in the program. 8xxx-level courses should be taken only with the consent of the instructor.

Total Accelerated (Plan B) CIDE Credits=30 credits


CIDE Plan B Curriculum

Program Core (3 credits)

Program Specialization (6 credits)

Select one of the two specializations below and choose two of its three core courses:

Specialization: Comparative and international development education

Specialization: Intercultural/International education

Research Design and Methods (3 credits)

Course(s) to be selected in consultation with adviser.

Related Fields (6 credits taken outside CIDE)

The master’s degree requires 6 semester credits taken outside the program track that directly relate to the student’s area of study. Courses totaling 6 or more credits should be selected in consultation with the adviser and should constitute a solid coursework foundation for the student’s thesis. These courses may include additional methods courses taught outside the department.

Electives (12 or more credits)

Take 12 or more credits from the following list with adviser approval as needed to reach 30 credits total in the program. 8xxx-level courses should be taken only with the consent of the instructor.

Total Plan B CIDE Credits=30 credits


CIDE Plan A Curriculum

Program Core (3 credits)

Program Specialization (6 credits)

Select one specialization area below and choose two of its three core courses:

Specialization: Comparative and international development education

Specialization: Intercultural/International education

Research Design and Methods (3 credits)

Course(s) to be selected in consultation with adviser.

Related Fields (6 credits outside CIDE)

The master's degree requires 6 semester credits taken outside the CIDE program track that directly relate to the student's area of study. These credits should be selected in consultation with the adviser and should constitute a solid coursework foundation for the student's thesis. These courses may include additional methods courses taught outside the department.

Electives (6 or more credits)

Take 6 or more credits from the following list with adviser approval as needed to reach 34 credits total in the program. 8xxx-level courses should be taken only with the consent of the instructor.

Thesis Credits

Take 10 or more credits of the following:

Total Plan A CIDE Credits=34 credits

Revised September 14, 2017