Elective in CD: International Development
||Kansas State University
||3 credit hours - $580 per credit
||June 08, 2020 - July 31, 2020
International development can be defined as a broad concept encompassing human, social, and economic change on a national and global level. Despite this seemingly straightforward definition, the idea and practice of international development involves a myriad of systems, structures, and perspectives—and is often highly contested. In this course, students will learn more about the theories, actors, and evolution of international development, cooperation, and aid. This overview is accompanied by an analysis of current international development trends and critiques: Who defines and directs international development? How do power, privilege, culture, and worldview influence the process? This course is geared towards students who have an interest in exploring the systems, relations, and politics involved in community development on an international level.
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Introduction to International Development: Approaches, Actors, and Issues
Haslam, P. A., Schafer, J., & Beaudet, P.
Publisher: University of Oxford Press Canada
Approximately 3-4 weeks before the first day of class at K-State, the K-State campus coordinator, Rachel Ohmes
, will email an instructional course access packet to students for courses taught by K-State. These instructions are also available on the Visiting Students
webpage at K-State. By following the course access instructions, students create their K-State eID and complete the K-State Course Access Form. Students meeting all deadlines for eID creation and submission will have access to Canvas by the first day of class.
This course does not require an exam proctor.
This course does not include synchronous components.
Students can find the textbook at the following web links:
Oxford University Press
K-State Campus Store