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Master’s in Development Practice
Understanding and managing global sustainable development challenges across health sciences, natural sciences, social sciences and management disciplines.
UWinnipeg offers you a unique Master’s in Development Practice (MDP) in Indigenous Development thanks to a prestigious MacArthur Foundation grant. This two-year program of study consists of course work, applied research and field placements. The program transcends borders by offering online “global classrooms” that will connect students to an international network of 22 other universities as well as with local, rural, and remote communities around the world.
"While no individual can master all or even most of the skills required—in science, policy design, politics, management, and cross-cultural understanding—for the success of broad-based progress in sustainable development, we certainly need a new generation of development practitioners who can understand the “languages” and practices of many specialties, and who can work fl uidly and fl exibly across intellectual and professional disciplines and geographic regions."