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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. The Arizona MDP program emphasizes holistic, social justice-based approaches to pressing development challenges and prioritizes context-specific solutions.
As a practice-based professional degree program, we welcome students interested in gaining the skills and perspective necessary for work in the field of international and community development, as well as students with existing professional experience who wish to further hone their analytical and managerial skills and practice.
The Arizona MDP is now accepting applications for Fall 2019.
Find out more about our admissions process and read a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
Please be sure to email us at MDPAdmissions@email.arizona.edu for more information
or to schedule a visit if you are a prospective student.
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Master's in Development Practice (MDP) Program
School of Geography and Development
PO Box 210137
Tucson, AZ 85721
ENR2 South 4th Floor
Tucson, AZ 85721
(520) 621-1652 Phone
(520) 621-2889 Fax
On topics ranging from agricultural practices in Kenya and Mexico, to environmental protection in The Bahamas and Sierra Leone, to refugee services in Arizona, the food supply in Cambodia, and...Read more
Amata R. Inshuti
Amata graduated from University of Rwanda with focus in Agribusiness and Rural Development. Prior to joining the MDP, she was involved with the implementation of several different development projects in Rwanda before joining Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)/Rwanda Program.