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International Development and Humanitarian Assistance

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. This minor is available to all undergraduate students.

NameTitleLocationPhone #Email
Danielle Shu Academic Advisor  1170 MCCA  352-294-7640

About this Program

The minor is open to all students.

Required Courses

AEB 3671 Comparative World Agriculture 3
AEB 4282 International Humanitarian Assistance 1 3
AEB 4283 International Development Policy 1 3
Approved electives 6
Total Credits 15

1 Students must earn minimum grades of C in AEB 4282 and AEB 4283 to continue in the minor.

Approved Electives

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 Special Interdisciplinary Topics in Women's Studies (Gender and Development) 3