The goal of the International Development Studies Program is to produce graduates who will become development practitioners - catalysts and facilitators for change in developing contexts. We approach the study of international development from a multidisciplinary perspective, combining theory, methods, practical application, and technical concentration. Students build upon a required core while specializing in one of four concentrations:
|Founded in 1977 as the Development Studies Program, the International Development Studies Program at Ohio University offers a diverse and stimulating atmosphere for students who have a background and interest in the social, natural sciences, and health sciences, and wish to apply this interest and learning to international development.
On 24th of October, IDS graduate students marked the Breast Cancer Month. The purpose of the campaign is to raise awareness by informing people about cancer symptoms, self-check, prevention by discovering it at very early stages, and other issues related to breast cancer.
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