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- 14 months
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- University of Applied Sciences
The Master of Arts in International Nongovernmental Organizations (INGO) program educates students interested in understanding the nature of world affairs through the activities of NGOs
The Master of Arts in International Nongovernmental Organizations (INGO) program educates students interested in understanding the nature of world affairs through the activities of NGOs. Courses in this program integrate information and theories from the international relations discipline and skill-based education from the disciplines of management, business, human resources, and marketing. The objective of this program is to develop students into broadly educated INGO and international relations specialists.
Intro to International Relations; International Political Economy; International Organizations; International Law; Politics of Development or Comparative Politics; Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs); IR Theory and Practice; Plus 5 courses from the INGO Cluster including Project Management for non-profits, or fundraising & grant Writing, or Negotiation Skills, or Issues in Human Rights.
Graduates will be able to critically analyze and evaluate the role of INGOs in international relations, be able to apply the theories of international relations to the activities of INGOs, demonstrate managerial, fundraising and human resources skills relevant to the operations of INGOs and understand the consequences of the political and moral choices of INGOs.
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