International Development

Institute for the Study of International Development

Location

Location

  • Institute for the Study of International Development
  • 3610 McTavish Street, 2nd Floor
  • Montreal QC H3A 1Y2
  • Telephone: 514-398-4804
  • Email: ids [at] mcgill.ca
  • Website: mcgill.ca/isid
  • Adviser: Lisa Stanischewski, lisa.stanischewski [at] mcgill.ca

About International Development

About International Development

McGill's Institute for the Study of International Development (ISID) works to improve people's lives through cutting edge research, training, and communication that accelerates global sustainable development. It does this by educating successive generations of socially responsible and politically engaged students, developing intellectual capacity, and conducting leading edge research that is relevant for policymaking. Equally important, ISID is committed to connecting our teaching and research with the decision makers and principal actors tackling today's most pressing issues by supporting and engaging with NGOs, governments, community organizations, private sector actors, and civil society more broadly, working to increase our collective capacity for achieving sustainable development that will lead to economic and social improvements across the globe.

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International Development Studies (INTD)

International Development Studies (INTD)

About International Development Studies

About International Development Studies

The International Development Studies (IDS) program is designed for those students who wish to take advantage of the resources available at McGill to pursue an interdisciplinary program of study focusing on the problems of the developing countries.

Most courses above the 200 level have prerequisites. Although these may be waived by instructors in some cases, students are urged to confirm their eligibility for courses when they prepare their programs of study. Note that certain courses (especially those in Management) may not be available owing to space limitations. Students should check the Class Schedule on Minerva for confirmation as to which term courses are offered.

Further information for new and returning students is available at mcgill.ca/isid/teaching-programs/undergraduate/intd.

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International Development Studies (INTD) Faculty

International Development Studies (INTD) Faculty

Program Chair
Erik Kuhonta
Program Adviser
Lisa Stanischewski
Program Committee
Diana Allan; Francesco Amodio; Manuel Balan; Megan Bradley; Oliver Coomes; Franque Grimard; Sonia Laszlo; Catherine Lu; Hugo Melgar-Quiñonez; Paola Perez-Aleman; Poulami Roychowdhury; Jon Unruh; Juan Wang; Yann le Polain de Waroux.
Faculty Lecturer
Kazue Takamura
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Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Minor Concentration International Development Studies (18 credits)

The B.A.; Minor Concentration in International Development Studies focuses on the many challenges facing developing countries, including issues related to socio-economic inequalities and well being, governance, peace and conflict, environment and sustainability, and key development-related themes.

For more information, see Minor Concentration International Development Studies (18 credits).

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Major Concentration International Development Studies (36 credits)

The B.A.; Major Concentration in International Development Studies focuses on the many challenges facing developing countries, including issues related to socio-economic inequalities and well being, governance, peace and conflict, environment and sustainability, key development-related themes, and training in research methods related to international development...

For more information, see Major Concentration International Development Studies (36 credits).

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Honours International Development Studies (57 credits)

The B.A.; Honours in International Development Studies focuses on the many challenges facing developing countries, including issues related to socio-economic inequalities and well being, governance, peace and conflict, environment and sustainability, key development-related themes, and training in research methods related to international development studies. ...

For more information, see Honours International Development Studies (57 credits).

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Joint Honours Component International Development Studies (36 credits)

The B.A.; Joint Honours - International Development Studies component focuses on the many challenges facing developing countries, including issues related to socio-economic inequalities and well being, governance, peace and conflict, environment and sustainability, key development-related themes, and training in research methods related to international development...

For more information, see Joint Honours Component International Development Studies (36 credits).

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