Global Development Studies (Masters program) at Queen's University

Queen's University is offering a Global Development Studies Master's degree program - either one-year course-based program or a two-year program with a thesis, often involving fieldwork experience.  Past graduates are now in fields ranging from professions in the public sector, law, media, business and employment within development agencies from small NGOs to large Canadian institutions to further studies at the PhD level.

Competitive financial support packages to MA students are offered (including TAships in DEVS undergraduate courses).  Primary requirement for entry is a B+ average from a four-year undergraduate program in a social science field.

For more information on this program, please contact Peta Bailey () , graduate program assistant in the Department of Global Development Studies at Queen's University or have a look at their website here.