Integral economic development is an approach that seeks to strengthen the civil and social institutions required for sustainable development, one that takes an integrated view of the person's role in society. It is an approach which development entities increasingly demand. Integral economic development, seen from the perspective of the whole human person, and the whole human community, is at the core of our programs and the mission of The Catholic University of America.
M.A. in Integral Economic
M.A. in Integral Economic
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Dear IED Programs faculty, staff, and students,
"Welcome to the most innovative and rigorous graduate program in international development! If you are a prospective student, we invite you to join a select group of students who are becoming leaders in the development field. Our professors are renown experts eager to work with you. In addition to learning the most advanced theories and best practices in international development, you will have a direct opportunity to apply them in your applied research project (ARP) under the guidance of your professors.
Dr Martha Cruz Zuniga
Introducing one of our most distinguished professors, Dr. Maria Sophia Aguirre.
"We look forward to working with you in making a real contribution towards achieving a development that is indeed sustainable because it is truly human. At the IEDP we take seriously the fact that it is the person, who is social by nature, who needs to be the agent of change and who is at the center of sustainable development. Thus, we incorporate in their design, implementation, and evaluations immediate and long-term institutional measurable outcomes."
Visit to Chemonics- Wednesday, December 2nd
All IEDM and IEDP students are invited to attend a seminar hosted by Chemonics and meet their HR staff. This is a valuable opportunity for the students to learn about one of the biggest international development firms in D.C.
17 H St. NW #1,
Washington, D.C. 20006
1:30 – 3:00P.M.
IEDM & IEDP News and Events- Integral Economic Development- Business and Economics- Catholic University of America
Dr Maria Sophia Aguirre, professor of economics at IED, Catholic University of America Highlights Implications of Dignity for International Development. Dr Aguirre, was a major contributor at the second international Human Dignity and Human Development Conference hosted by the University of Notre Dame's Kellogg Institute for International Studies.
A recent article from Devex has highlighted the importance of students’ quantitative skills and technological abilities in the development field.
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