In this full-time program, you’ll earn 36 credits in one year.


Semester One: Jordan (15 Credits)

Issues in Humanitarian and Refugee Studies (3 credits)

Crisis Management and Leadership in Humanitarian Response (3 credits)

Practitioner Inquiry (3 credits)

Program Planning and Management (3 credits)

Humanitarian Policy and Advocacy (3 credits)


Semester Two: Uganda (12 Credits)

Developing and Maintaining Collaborative Relationships (3 credits)

Safety and Wellbeing Challenges in Emergency Context (3 credits)

Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning: Concepts and Practices (3 credits)

International Humanitarian and Refugee Law, Standards, and Principles (3 credits)


Semester Three: Field Practicum in Jordan or Uganda (9 Credits)

Field Practicum/Placement (6 credits)

Capstone Paper & Seminar (3 credits)