Comparative and International Development Education (CIDE)
CIDE uses an interdisciplinary approach to the study of education’s role in economic, political, and sociocultural development; international educational exchange; and the internationalization of education.
Students enrolled in CIDE are the future leaders, policy analysts, educators, and researchers in the field of comparative and international development education. Students enrolled in this track incorporate relevant knowledge from the social sciences and the humanities into their studies, and they apply theory and practice in their area of specialization.
Graduates of the CIDE program pursue careers in teaching, administration, consulting, and counseling in universities, government agencies, foundations, and private non-profit organizations.
This program is for applicants interested in the following specialization areas:
- Comparative and International Development Education
- International Educational Exchange/International Education
- Global Youth Policy and Leadership
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Educational Policy and Administration
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Policy and Administration
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Educational Policy and Administration
Graduate Minor in International Education
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Revised April 2012