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CASID provides support for undergraduate and graduate education on issues related to international development through a minor, specialization, non-language course offerings, foreign language study, FLAS Fellowship, and study abroad.

side-by-side_buildings-crowd.jpgForeign Language and Area Studies Fellowships (FLAS)

FLAS fellowships are awarded to students enrolled in a program that combines the study of a modern foreign language with advanced training in international development studies or in the international development aspects of professional or other fields of study.

side-by-side_pillars.JPGUndergraduate Minor

The Global Studies in Social Science minor was designed for students who want to add a global interdisciplinary element to their coursework and learn how global systems and cultures influence international relations and national trends.

side-by-side_elephant-sign.jpgGraduate Specialization

The Graduate Specialization in International Development is designed to provide an opportunity for graduate students to obtain a comprehensive and contemporary academic experience in the field of international development studies.

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