Programmes in International Development at Maynooth University explore theories of development and analyse international development policies, practices, issues and challenges. They seek to critically understand the drivers of such policies and practices and the causes of poverty, inequality and injustice at all levels. They offer an opportunity for participants to critically reflect on the global human – social, economic, cultural and environmental - consequences of development thinking and practice and to question understandings and responses to the international development challenges we face.
|BACHELOR OF ARTS (OPC)||MH101|
|MA INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT - 1 Year||MH50N|
|MA INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT - 2 to 5 years Part-time / Flexible and Distance Learning||MH51N|
|MA INTERNATIONAL PEACE BUILDING, SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE - Fourteen months full-time||MH54M|
|MA INTERNATIONAL PEACE BUILDING, SECURITY AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE - Modular approach up to 4 years||MH55M|
|POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT - 1 year Full-time||MH52N|
|POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT - 2 to 4 years Part-time / Flexible and Distance Learning||MH53N|