The online master's degree in Community Development consists of a 36 credit-hour curriculum with a firm foundation in six core sources. Students customize their degree experience through an additional six courses (18 credit hours) of electives that provide specialization and help students pursue their passion in the community development field.
Courses in the Area of Working with Native Communities
Courses related to capstone requirements are available through your home university. A list of potential culminating experiences can be found in the Community Development Student Handbook. Credit hours required will vary by capstone experience. Consult with your academic advisor about course selection and scheduling.
Sarah (Heewon) Kim