MC211 - Master of International Development

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Plan: MC211 - Master of International Development
Campus: City Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

The program has been designed to prepare you to work in complex, global contexts. You will be able to make strategic decisions about your practice and leadership in international development. You will demonstrate a collaborative and professionally informed approach to your work.

As a graduate of this program you will be able to:

  • critically reflect on socio-cultural diversity and values, world systems and the benefits of local and global development practices for communities engaged in development processes
  • determine and apply the specialist knowledge and technical skills required to creatively solve problems, demonstrating expert judgment and ethical responsibility in your professional practice in international development
  • critically analyse, synthesize and reflect on personal awareness and lived experience, theories and practices of development, both local and international, to extend and challenge knowledge and practice in the discipline
  • professionally communicate propositions, processes and outcomes relating to international development to address specialist and non-specialist audiences
  • provide leadership within your discipline as well as collaborate with others
  • use appropriate research methods to design and execute substantial projects, evaluate the outcomes and theorize about the contribution of your learning to the profession and knowledge area
  • critically reflect on the causes and impacts of poverty in global contexts and to evaluate the theories and practice of development institutions
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