Schedule

Students earn an M.A. in Glocal International Development over the course of 18 months. The first year includes two academic semesters of coursework while in the second year, students participate in a 4-month internship and a final 8-week concluding seminar. Upon completion of their internships, Glocal students return to Jerusalem for an 8-week closing seminar. The graduation ceremony takes place at the end of the seminar while the Students are expected to complete their final seminar paper by the end of the 4th semester. 

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The Course Schedule

Fall Semester- October 30th, 2016- January 29th, 2017

 

Monday

Tuesday

08:30-09:15

 Research Methods for Development (59539)

 

 

Development economics (59512)

09:15-10:00

10:30-11:15

11:15-12:15

 

12:30-13:15

The International Dimension of Development (58713)

Pre-internship: mapping the world of development (59515)/ Program seminar (59508)

13:15-14:15

14:30-15:15

Population Changes (59534)

(once a month)

Introduction to development (59531)- 3 meetings

Academic Writing- 6 meetings

 Religion and Development (59536)

15:15-16:15

16:30-17:15

 Stratigic Approaches to Social Innovation (59525)

17:15-18:15

Introduction to Development: 2 credits: 1 online credit, prior to the beginning of the academic year, 2nd  credit in 7  meetings of 2 academic hours each

Qualitative research Methods  (59535): 1  core credit, will be given as an intense workshop on the 1st week of January (2-3  meetings including a field trip)

 

Spring Semester- February 27th- June 28th

 

Monday

Tuesday

08:30-09:15

Development in practice: Approaches, challenges and skills (59509)

Program Evaluation for Development and social change (59519)

09:30-10:00

10:30-11:15

11:30-12:15

 

12:30-13:15

Development and Public Health (59527)

mapping the world of development (59515) / Program seminar (59514)

13:15-14:15

14:30-15:15

Population Changes (59534) once a month

Spatial Justice and Cities (40858)

15:15-16:15

16:30-17:15

 

Poverty and inequality (56998)

17:15-18:15

 

Gender and Development (59533)- Elective course: 2 credits: 1 online, 1 in an intense workshop (3 meetings of 4 academic hours each) dates TBA