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Master Programs in Sustainability Studies Social Sustainability Studies Poverty Studies

Achieving a master’s degree can open the door to higher salary careers with top-tier responsibilities. While the prerequisite is a bachelor’s degree, the master’s degree itself only takes one to two years to complete.

What is a Master in Poverty Studies? Students who choose to seek this degree may focus their energy on courses that cover politics, social change, economics of development and many others. For students who may want to analyze global development and how poverty is tied in, this degree can be fitting. The coursework is often designed to help students understand the challenges that come with the developing world and how they may be able to address said challenges.

Students who seek a master’s degree in poverty studies may be awarded the chance to develop a new social awareness and an understanding of how to work well with others in a group effort, both of which can help them in their professional as well as personal lives. Additionally, they may be given the skills to think critically about the world’s economic problems through a global lens.

The cost of a master’s degree usually depends on where you are located and which institution you plan to attend. Length of study time also factors into the pricing.

A degree in poverty studies can prepare students for a variety of career options in the fields of economics and social justice. With a master’s level education, they may enter careers as poverty researchers. Researchers aim to develop policies that may alleviate poverty through an understanding of factors that affect the poor. Additionally, degree holders may seek positions as international social workers, to help the less fortunate globally and to work with foundations to reduce poverty and to address community issues. On a macro level, many may find work as a community developer appealing. They could be involved in community organizing and social planning.

Programs that emphasize poverty studies can be found in many different universities. If you don’t live close enough, online classes may be for you. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.