International Development Planning
The International Development Planning track prepares planners to work with governments, community based NGOs and international development agencies that work on subnational development in developing countries.
The major goals of this track are to:
- Give the background needed to work in the particular contexts of developing countries and to deal with the special challenges they face.
- Teach students about cities in the developing world, the planning systems and processes that they use, and the skills that are particularly required for planning in less developed contexts.
Courses at Wagner
Other Wagner Courses
Courses Outside of Wagner
In addition to the recommended Wagner courses, students may explore NYU electives offered outside of Wagner. The following is a partial list of potential courses. Students interested in pursuing these or other non-Wagner electives must first obtain the approval of the Urban Planning faculty. Refer to the registration procedures for more information.
- AMLT-GE 2072, International Perspectives on Educational Reforms
- AMLT-GE 2073, Education & Social Reform in South Africa
- INTE-GE 2862, International Development Education
- INTE-GE 2028, Comparative Politics, Education, and Conflict
- INTE-GE 2173, Contemporary International Relations: Peace and Security Education
Courses in the Stern School of Business
- MGMT-GB 2366, International Social Impact Strategies