Integral Economic Development Policy and Management

The Catholic University of America
The Catholic University of America Integral Economic Development graduate program considers all admitted international students for merit-based scholarships of $3,000 - $16,000 per year toward tuition. There is no additional paperwork to submit for a scholarship. In your application Statement of Purpose, state that you seek a partial scholarship toward tuition, and note how you plan to fund the balance of your study costs. A holistic review considers all aspects of your application.Students can complete the M.A. Integral Economic Policy (IEDP) in four fall and spring semesters (2 years), or the M.A. Integral Economic Management (IEDM) in two fall and spring semesters plus one summer (12 months). Scholarships are automatically renewed each semester, provided the student maintains a satisfactory GPA. Develop career advancing skills to contribute to greater economic prosperity in business, bank, nonprofit, international organization, and government settings. The program focuses on building your technical and management abilities to effectively design, implement, manage, and evaluate the effectiveness of development initiatives. For more information, email integral-development@cua.edu.

Scholarship Deadline

February 1 - Priority deadline for scholarship consideration. May 31 - Final application deadline for admissions consideration (international students) for Fall (August) start. November 1 - Final application deadline for Spring (January) start.
Scholarship deadline different from application deadline

Degree levels

Graduate - Master's

Restricted to these majors

All majors welcome, microeconomics, macroeconomics, and statistics courses are prerequisites