Students are equipped for a future in one or more of the following areas:
- Professional work as program analysts in international agencies, international businesses and non-governmental organizations
- Professional work as development researchers, practitioners and policymakers for issues facing developing countries
- Further study in international and development economics in a Ph.D. program
International Development Networking Forum Evening
At this spring event, International and Development Economics graduate students are brought together with alumni and interested members of the San Francisco Bay Area international development community for an evening of networking and socializing. The evening includes presentations of research projects by USF graduate students, as well as time to visit information tables and socialize.