This program is offered through the Law School and the Payson Center for International Development. The program enables students with interests in international legal issues and/or international development policy to maximize their educational and career opportunities in these fields. Requirements for both degrees can be earned in three to four calendar years.
Candidates enrolled in this joint-degree program complete 79 hours of coursework at the Law School and 27 hours of coursework in International Development.
All MS in International Development candidates must take six core courses comprising 18 credits:
• Analysis for Development I: Introduction to Applied Economic Analysis
• Analysis for Development II: Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
• Analysis for Development III: Introduction to Research Methods
• Sustainable Human Development
• International Political and Economic Relations
• Six Decades of Development
In addition, students must supplement the core courses listed above with an additional 9 credits of International Development elective courses, for a total of 27 credits.
Questions about the MS in International Development should be directed to:
Professor Colin Crawford
Payson Center for International Development
Tulane Law School
New Orleans, LA 70118
Payson Center website: www.payson.tulane.edu