Community and International Development B.S.

All students must meet the University Requirements.

All students must meet the College Requirements.

Building on an applied economics foundation, the Community and International Development curriculum offers students the academic and professional experience enabling them to address community development locally and globally. Students in Community and International Development have opportunities to analyze and learn from development issues in Vermont, New England, and around the world; students learn while engaging in real-world problem solving. Over the past decade, students and faculty members within CDAE have also nurtured relationships with communities in Belize, Peru, Honduras, and St. Lucia. CID students partner with organizations in these experiences to address the development issues facing local communities through carefully designed service-learning courses and faculty-led trips at home and abroad.

Major Requirements

Students must complete:

CDAE 166Intro to Comm Entrepreneurship3
CDAE 253Macroeconomics for Appl Econ3
CDAE 254Microeconomics for Appl Econ3
CDAE 255Applied Consumption Economics3
Choose seven of the following:27-28
Comparative Food Systems
Doc. Film for Social Change
Propaganda, Media, & Cit Respn
Consumer Assistance Program
Consumer Law and Policy
Community&Int'l Econ Transform
Evolving Trends in Int'l Devel
Global Media & Intl Developmen
Sustain Dev Sm Island States
Agricultural Policy and Ethics
Community Org & Development
Economics of Sustainability
Contemp Policy Iss:Comm Dev
Smart Resilient Communities
Int'l Economic Development
Project Development & Planning
Community Design Studio
Adv Sust Dev Sm Island States
Transfer Credit or CDAE Special Topics courses, as appropriate