Our Alumni

Students are equipped for a future working professionally as program analysts in international agencies, international businesses, and non-governmental organizations, or as development researchers, practitioners, and policymakers for issues facing developing countries. Many also pursue further study in international and development economics in a PhD program.

Networking Forum

Every spring, current students, alumni, and the Bay Area international development community come together 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.

Their Stories

Where are they now?

Select Employers
Agriteam
Apple
Asian American Civic Association
Brilliant Earth
CA Rural Water Assoc.
Center for Economic and Social Studies
Compassion International
Environmental Defense Fund
Escalera
Findlaw, Thomson Reuters
Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance
Global Wealth
Health Care Cost Institute
Innovations for Poverty Action
Instituto de Estudios Peruanos
Intel
International Labour Organization
LitiNomics
Mathematica
Millennium Challenge Corporation
National Bank of Kuwait
North American Medical Services
One Acre Fund
Rand Corporation
SalesForce
SalesQualia
Samasource
Social Impact Inc.
Societe Generale
Sustainability Accounting Standards Board
United Nations
Urstadt Biddle Properties
US Department of Defense
Wazi Research
WestEd
World Bank
Zoosk
Select PhD Programs
Boston University
Concordia University
IMG Academy
Jacobs University
Stanford University
Trident Technical College
University of California Davis
University of California Riverside
University of California Santa Cruz
University of Montana
University of San Francisco
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin
University of Ziuinchor

Contact Info

MS International and Development Economics

James Anderson, Program Manager

Cowell Hall, Room 409, 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117-1081 (415) 422-2711 (415) 422-6983