Understand the opportunities and constraints to international development. Explore the study of economic, political, social and anthropological aspects. This is an interdisciplinary degree where you will study the economic, political and social aspects of development. During the course you will be able to specialise. A focus on economics is maintained throughout because of its importance to international development as a field of work and the transferable work skills it provides. In the first year you’ll gain an understanding of international development from a range of disciplinary perspectives. In the second year you will develop these skills with more advanced theoretical perspectives. You will apply these to a range of contexts and development challenges. The final year allows you to specialise and select topics that most interest you. You will apply skills and perspectives to current problems of development. You will also maintain a focus on economic analysis.