This qualification addresses the needs of development managers as well as other professionals such as engineers, health workers, educationalists, agriculturalists, bankers and scientists who need the capacity to manage development and bring about change. You will be introduced to the theory, policy and practice of development management, and explore the nature of development from an international perspective. You will also gain a better understanding of the complex processes labelled development, with a view to managing those processes better.
Key features of the course
Analyses the nature of development management, how it has evolved as a discipline and the contexts in which it takes place
Enables you to examine and practise using key tools that contribute to development management practice
Encourages you to make connections between your learning and your own involvement in development.
This certificate is part of a progressive programme of courses that also includes the Postgraduate Certificate in Conflict and Development (C67), Postgraduate Certificate in Human Rights and Development (C96), Postgraduate Diploma in Development Management (D37) and MSc in Development Management (F11).