The Minor degree in Global Development Studies is intended for students completing a three-year degree in Arts and Science, or for students completing a Major in another discipline who would like to have global development as a secondary field of study. Students apply to the Minor plan after their first year in Arts and Science and should have completed DEVS 100.
A DEVS Minor consists of 30.0 credits in DEVS and DEVS-eligible courses. 12.0 credits are mandatory and 18.0 credits are optional, as follows:
|6.0||Canada and the "Third World"
DEVS 230 *
|3.0||The Global Political Economy of Development
|3.0||Culture and Development
|18.0 credits from DEVS or DEVS-eligible regional and thematic courses (not including those listed above and not including DEVS-eligible language instruction courses) at the 200-level or higher.|
|Work-study option – DEVS Minors may apply to the DEVS-Fudan semester abroad programme (DEVS 421*, 430, 431, 432) but are NOT eligible for the independent work-study courses (DEVS 410*/411* and 420*).|