Relief and Development

Course number: PS3402     Credit hours: 3 hrs

Upon completion of this course, students should have a solid basic knowledge of the world of international relief and development.  The course is designed to provide a brief overview of the principle subfields into which the discipline of international studies is generally divided.  Particular focus will be paid to an overview of the key agencies (UN, governmental and NGO), crosscutting themes, sectors or clusters, the relief and development continuum, working with beneficiaries and on-field team roles and positions.  


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