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  • International Development and Humanitarian Assistance

    About this Minor


    The international development and humanitarian assistance minor provides the foundational skills and knowledge necessary to contribute productively in nonprofit organizations, private businesses, and public-sector organizations involved with international development and humanitarian assistance.

    The minor is open to all UF students. Students must earn minimum grades of C in AEB 4282 International Humanitarian Assistance and AEB 4283 International Developmental Policy to continue in the minor.

    Required Courses

    Courses Credits
    AEB 3671 Comparative World Agriculture 3
    ​AEB 4282 International Human Assistance ​3
    AEB 4283 International Development Policy 3
    Electives 6
    Total 15


    Courses Credits
    AEB 4242 International Trade Policy in Agriculture 3
    AFS 4350 HIV / AIDS in Africa 3
    ​AFS 4935 African Studies Interdisciplinary Seminar ​3
    ANT 4266 Economic Anthropology 3
    CPO 4034 Politics in Developing Nations 3
    ​FYC 4409 Working with Nonprofit Organizations in Community Settings ​3
    GEO 3502 Economic Geography 3
    ​HSC 4624 Trends in International Health ​3
    ​INR 3034 Politics of the World Economy 3​
    ​INR 4035 Rich and Poor Nations in the International System ​3
    ​LAH 3300 Contemporary Latin America ​3
    ​LAS 3930 Special Topics in Latin American Studies ​3
    ​LAS 4935 Latin American Area Seminar ​3
    ​URP 3001 Cities of the World 3​
    ​WST 3930 Gender and Development ​3
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