Gender and Development Specialisation - 200 point program
Professor Anthony D'Costa
Currently enrolled students:
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200 Point program
Duration: 2 years full-time / up to 4 years part-time.
- six compulsory subjects (75 points)
Coursework Only Option
- elective subjects (125 points)
Minor Thesis Option
- DEVT90041 Research Methods for Development (12.5 points)
- minor thesis parts 1 and 2 (total 50 points)
- Elective subject (62.5 points)
All students are required to complete the Capstone Requirement for the program (at least 25 points). Students must complete one capstone option:
Capstone Stream 1: DEVT90060 Internship in Development (25 points) or DEVT90008 International Internship in Development (25 points)
Purpose: An opportunity to acquire practical skills in development practice and apply this knowledge to solve problems that arise in a professional context and develop an integrated understanding of knowledge and practice.
Capstone Stream 2: GEND90011 Gender and Development Thesis Part 1 and GEND90012 Gender and Development Thesis Part 2 (total 50 points)
Purpose: An opportunity to integrate knowledge and research skills to address a specific development research question.
Capstone Stream 3: DEVT90001 Project Management & Design (12.5 points) and DEVT90035 Monitoring and Evaluation in Development (12.5 point)
Purpose: An opportunity to acquire practical skills in project management and monitoring and evaluation and apply this knowledge to solve problems that arise in a professional context and develop an integrated understanding of knowledge and practice.
Last updated: 27 November 2022