Master in Global Development & Justice

Multnomah University
United States
Master's Degree
Study mode
Part-time, Online
2 years
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  • Principles of Spiritual Formation I
  • Principles of Spiritual Formation II
  • Foundations in International Development Practice
  • Introduction to Advocacy and Justice Studies
  • Justice, Development & Culture
  • Conflict, Refugees and Complex Disasters
  • Mission with Children at Risk
  • Non-profit Leadership and Administration
  • Applied Field Research Methodology
  • Community Development in Practice
  • Theology of Cultural Engagement or IS612 Biblical Theology of Missions
  • Topics in Global Development and Justice (Thematic Courses)
  • Micro-Finance and Business in Mission Contexts
  • Public Policy, Human Rights, Law and Ethics
  • 150 hour Practicum/Internship I
  • 150 hour Practicum/Internship II 

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