Arizona MDP Alumnus Ian Philabaum was making news again for his work on immigration law in the United States.
The Master's in Development Practice (MDP) program brings together talented students and faculty who have dedicated themselves to addressing the challenges of global poverty and defining new approaches to enhancing well-being for the under-resourced and socially excluded.
Average estimate tuition of other Global MDP programs in the US:
Now accepting applications on a rolling basis!
The UA MDP is currently accepting applications for Fall 2017.
Email us at MDPAdmissions@email.arizona.edu for more information.
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Elizabeth Koleski presented two posters at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting that wrapped up recently, on November 2nd, in Denver.
MDP student Elizabeth Koleski will be presenting two posters and a talk at the American Public Health Association annual meeting. The presentations will reflect her practicum work in Nicaragua.
Johannes Katoko is from Namibia (Africa) and he is currently a resident of Tucson, Arizona. He graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science in Public Management and Policy, with a minor in Agribusiness and Economics. He became interested in MDP program after working in a developing country.