Graduate Certificate in Global Development

The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, School of City and Regional Planning, and School of Economics are offering a Certificate in Global Development. The multidisciplinary certificate is a 12-credit hour program for degree-seeking graduate students and post-baccalaureate students studying on a non-degree basis. The program will provide graduate level introductory exposure to principles and methods of international economic and urban development through courses offered in International Affairs, City Planning, and Economics. Following the certificate, students will be positioned to influence technological, social, and policy decisions in their professions in the global context.

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Certificate Requirements - 12 credit hours

Requirements
Credit Hours
INTA/CP/ECON 6704: Introduction to Global Development 3
CP 6052: Planning Studio or
CP 6053: Urban Design Studio or
INTA/ECON 6744: Graduate Capstone in Global Development
4 or
3 or
3
Free Electives

5-6

Potential Free Electives

Course
Department

CP 6032: Urban Regional Development

City Planning

CP 6112: Introduction to Land Use

City Planning

CP 6190: Introduction to Climate Change Planning

City Planning

CP 6217: Climate Change and the City

City Planning

CP 6233: Sustainable Development

City Planning

CP 6241: Water Resource Planning

City Planning

CP 6311/CEE6602: Introduction to Transportation Planning/Urban Transport Planning

City Planning

CP 6321: Transportation Planning & Investment

City Planning

CP 6331: Land Use & Transportation

City Planning

CP 6412/ PUBP6600: Economic Development Planning

City Planning

CP 6422: Economic Development Analysis

City Planning

CP 6422: Economic Development Analysis

City Planning

CP 6442: Equity, Justice & Economic Development

City Planning

CP 6514: Introduction to GIS

City Planning

CP 6541: Environmental GIS

City Planning

CP 6570: Socioeconomic GIS

City Planning

CP 6611: Real Estate Finance & Development

City Planning

CP 6612: Community Development

City Planning

CP 6630: Government and Housing Markets

City Planning

CP 6640: Real Estate Development Methods

City Planning

CP 6680: Citizen Participation

City Planning

CP 6831: Urban Infrastructure

City Planning

CP 6834: Urban Design Policy and Implementation

City Planning

CP 6836: Urban Ecological Design

City Planning

CP 8300: Urban and Regional Theory

City Planning

ECON 4415/INTA 8803: Conflict and Security in Developing Countries

Economics

ECON 6330: Urban and Regional Economics

Economics

ECON 6340: Transportation Economics

Economics

ECON 6360: Development Economics

Economics

ECON 6380: Economics of Environment

Economics

ECON 6650: International Economics

Economics

ECON 8803: The World Trading System: Law, Economics and Corporate Strategy

Economics

INTA 6003: Empirical Research Methods

International Affairs

INTA 6202: Comparative Politics

International Affairs

INTA 6302: International Political Economy

International Affairs

INTA 6740: Innovation and the State

International Affairs

INTA/CS 6745: ICT and Global Development.

International Affairs

INTA 6753: Comparative Science & Technology Policy

International Affairs

INTA 8803: Political Economy of Development

International Affairs

 

Certificate Details

Admission Requirements

  • Official transcripts, including award of bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Curriculum vitae/resume
  • TOEFL or IELTS scores for international applicants

Graduate Advising / Admissions

Vince Pedicino
Graduate Advising & Enrollment Services

Habersham Building
781 Marietta St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30332-0610

Phone: 404-894-1905
Email:vince.pedicino@inta.gatech.edu
Twitter: @NunnSchoolGT

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