International Development Planning
The International Planning Specialization 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 specialization 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.
Course in the Wagner School
Other Wagner Courses
Courses Outside of Wagner
In addition to the recommended Wagner School courses, students may choose electives offered through the Steinhardt School, Law School, Graduate School of Art and Science, Stern School, and the Schack Institute of Real Estate. Refer to the registration procedures for courses outside the Wagner School for more information.
- AMLT-GE 2072, International Perspective on Education Reforms
- AMLT-GE 2073, Education & Social Reform in South Africa
- INTE-GE 2862, International Development Edcuation
- INTE-GE 2028, Comparative Politics, Education, and Conflict
- INTE-GE 2173, Contemporary Intervention Relations, Peace and Security Education
- PUHE-GE 2314, International Health and Economic Development
- PUHE-GE 2307, Infect Disease/Nutrition in Developing Countries
- PUHE-GE 2316, International Community Health Seminars: Africa
- PUHE-GE 2317, Issues Global Public Health
- PUHE-GE 2383, International Population and Family Health
Courses in the School of Law
- LAW-LW 10295, Law and Development
- LAW-LW 11329, International Human Rights
Courses in the Graduate School of Arts and Science
- POL-GA 1400, Political Economy
- POL-GA 2424, Politics of Economic Growth
- POL-GA 2736, International Governance
- POL-GA 2775, International Political Economy
Courses in the Stern School of Business
- ECON-GB 2190, Global Perspectives on Enterprise Systems
- ECON-GB 2195, Advanced Global Perspectives on Enterprise Systems
- ECON-GB 2346, Growth in the Developing World and Global Economy