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  Aug 21, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Certificate in Refugee, Displacement and Forced Migration Studies


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Overview


Offered through Clark’s International Development, Community and Environment Department (IDCE), the Certificate in Refugee, Displacement and Forced Migration Studies combines a U.S. and international focus to explore effective ways to support displaced populations in the United States and other countries. You get a grounded understanding of displacement and forced migration issues, taking into account the complex social, political, economic and environmental factors shaping population movement.

Refugee, Displacement and Forced Migration Studies Certificate Requirements


The program is designed to offer flexible options for conventional graduate students enrolled at Clark. Graduate students would take three credits as part of a MA degree program and three additional credits. The six courses of the certificate would cover core (2), policy analysis (1), and electives (3), with a topical or geographic specialization.

Core Courses (2 Units)
Policy Analysis Courses (1 Unit)
Electives Courses (3 Units)

 

 

Core Faculty in the Program of Refugee, Displacement and Forced Migration Studies


Ramon Borges-Mendez

Cynthia Caron

Anita Fabos

Jude Fernando

Ken Maclean

Marianne Sarkis

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