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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the admission requirements to the program?

3.0 junior and senior undergraduate GPA or higher; undergraduate degree can be any major; international or intercultural experience or evidence of interest; demonstrated understanding of the GTD curriculum and statement of purpose that indicates a clear interest and how program relates to your background and future plans.

How many credits is this program?

30 credits

How long will it take to complete the program?

This depends upon how many courses you take each session or semester. Taking one course per session, with six sessions being offered per year, a student can finish in ten sessions, or approximately one in a half years.  Students can start in any session, and can design course loads to suit their schedules.

Do I need to take the GRE or GMAT?

No.

What should prospective students know about your program?

The online program is based on a campus program that has been run successfully since 2001. The curriculum has been continually developed over that time to reflect global changes and current research. The program encourages students to pursue their own interests while taking a set of common core classes.

What types of careers suit these graduates? 

Graduates of the campus program have pursued careers in international development, technology management and transfer, education, and a variety of jobs in the public and private sector.

What types of students are you interested in having in your program?

We are interested in students with international interests, and preferably experience, as well as curiosity and concern with societies around the globe.