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Certificate of International Development

Certificate Requirements

Sanford Contact: Elizabeth Dixon

Units Required: 9 PIDP credits + 3 international credits (can be cross counted with a Nick class)

Associate School: Sanford School of Public Policy

Description

Part of the Sanford School of Public Policy, the PIDP program (Program for International Development Policy) offers a certificate of international development.  While you can take classes at Sanford without formally signing up, this certificate goes on your transcript and is recognized as additional professional development.  These classes are particularly good to get a better policy perspective and the opportunity to interact with students from around the world.  You must formally register for the certificate before your last semester.  For up to date information contact Elizabeth Dixon or the webpage.

Skills and Career Applications

Valuable for students interested in international careers and policy application.

Registration Advice

Contact Elizabeth Dixon for all registration concerns (do not contact the professor for registration issues).

Student Opinions

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