The goal of the minor in International Development Studies (IDS) is to provide undergraduate students with the opportunity to learn about and contribute to the international development discourse. IDS will provide context and an academic foundation for students to analyze the dynamics of development across the globe.
Development studies is interdisciplinary in nature, so students are required to take courses in a variety of disciplines. This equips students with the broad lens through which to view and investigate development challenges. Students from all colleges and departments are encouraged to apply.
The IDS minor is administered by the Ford Family Program in Human Development Studies and Solidarity at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies.
Learn more at kellogg.nd.edu.