Prepare yourself to launch a career in international policy and relations—resolving conflicts, addressing human rights abuses, and promoting global development.
You must transfer in 60 credits from an accredited college or university and complete a 90-credit, six-semester program at the Institute. In addition to relevant course work, students choose one of eight specializations as well as a professional practicum, in which you can apply the specific policy and development skills you’ve learned in a hands-on field opportunity. Students also take intercultural competence courses and courses taught in their chosen language of study. See the curriculum for more details.
Learn more about your faculty, career outcomes, and immersive learning opportunities by exploring the MA in International Policy and Development.
Tuition and Fees
Visit our Admissions site for detailed information about tuition and fees. Please note that the Joint BA/MA IPD is a three-year program.