These courses count toward a program concentration in Poverty and Human Capability. The program requires 10 hours of credit in addition to Poverty and Human Capability 101, 423 (or surrogate), and 450 or 453. Students must consult with the Program director to determine if the courses are appropriate to a coherent educational plan.* In addition to these disciplined-based courses, Poverty and Human Capability 102 and 295, and courses from the website page for "related courses" may be appropriate to meet this 10-credit requirement.
*Please note that this website will be updated periodically to include all course syllabi and descriptions.