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  • Welcome Future Graduate Student | College of Letters and Sciences
    Philosophy and Film Series Project for Writing and Recording Family History Humanities Lecture Series Science Seminars Welcome Future Graduate Student Submitted by cphill on Mon 06 04 2012 13 10 Please fill out the contact form below After your information is submitted one of our admissions specialists will reach out to you to answer your questions and provide more information about the Counseling MC program and ASU s School of Letters and Sciences Fields marked with are required First Name Middle Name Last Name Email Phone Number Mailing Address City State or Province Territory Select Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas Armed Forces Americas Armed Forces Europe Armed Forces Pacific California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Country Afghanistan Aland Islands Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas The Bahrain Baker Island Bangladesh Barbados Bassas Da India Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Bouvet Island Brazil British Indian Ocean Territory British Virgin Islands Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burma Burundi Cambodia Cambodia Cameroon Canada Canal Zone Canary Islands Canton and Enderbury Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central Southern Line Islnds Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas Island Clipperton Islands Cocos Keeling Islands Colombia Comoros Congo Congo Democratic Republic of Cook Islands Coral Sea Islands Costa Rica Cote D Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Czechoslovakia Democratic Republic of Congo Democratic Republic of Vietnam Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Europa Island Falkland Islands Malvinas Faroe Islands Federal Republic of Germany Fiji Finland France French Guiana French Polynesia French Southern Antarc Lands French Terr of Afars Issas Gabon Gambia The Gaza Strip Georgia German Democratic Republic Germany Germany Berlin Ghana Gibraltar Gilbert Ellice Islands Greece Greenland Grenada Guadaloupe Guadeloupe Guam Guatemala Guernsey Guernsey Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Heard and McDonald Islands Honduras Hong Kong Howland Island Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Iraq Saudia Arabia Neutral Zne Ireland Isle of Man Isle of Man Israel Israel Jordan Demilitarized Zn Israel Syria Demilitarized Zne Italy Jamaica Jan Mayen Japan Jarvis Island Jersey Jersey Johnston Atoll Jordan Juan de Nova Island Kazakhstan Kenya Kingman Reef Kiribati Kosovo Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Martinique Mauritania Mauritius Mayotte Mexico Micronesia Federated States Midway Islands Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Montenegro prior to 2001 Montserrat Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nauru Navassa Island Nepal Netherlands Netherlands Antilles Neutral Zone New Caledonia New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Niue Norfolk Island North Korea Northern Mariana Islands Norway Oman Other Pakistan

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  • Current student form | College of Letters and Sciences
    General Studies History Interdisciplinary Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Organizational Studies Liberal Studies Organizational Leadership BA Political Science Science Technology and Society Technical Communication Applied Science Technical Communication Graduate Applied Biological Sciences MS Applied Ethics Science Tech and Ethics MA Counseling M C Counseling Psychology PhD Global Technology and Development MS Technical Communication MS Minors and Certificates Scholarships The Writers Studio Faculties Counseling Counseling Psychology Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Interdisciplinary Humanities Communication Languages Cultures Science Mathematics Social Science Science and Mathematics Polytechnic campus Social Science Letters and Sciences Excellence Academy Programs by Location exploratory Exploratory Tracks math physical sciences engineering technology humanities fine arts design health life sciences social behavioral sciences Major and Career Exploration Career Assessment Career Coaching Contact Us Exploratory Courses Exploratory Advising Residential Communities future students Undergraduate First time freshman Transfer Students Out of state transfer students Graduate Apply now Request information current students Advising Study abroad Transfer Student Resources Graduation Graduate Students Academic Standing Course capacity Prerequisite overrides Late Registration Medical Compassionate withdrawals Disqualification and Reinstatement Probation Standards Petitions Questions concerns initiatives ASU s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy CareerWISE Online Resilience Training Superstition Review Write On Downtown Philosophy and Film Series Project for Writing and

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  • Prospective Students | College of Letters and Sciences
    Certificates Scholarships The Writers Studio Faculties Counseling Counseling Psychology Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Interdisciplinary Humanities Communication Languages Cultures Science Mathematics Social Science Science and Mathematics Polytechnic campus Social Science Letters and Sciences Excellence Academy Programs by Location exploratory Exploratory Tracks math physical sciences engineering technology humanities fine arts design health life sciences social behavioral sciences Major and Career Exploration Career Assessment Career Coaching Contact Us Exploratory Courses Exploratory Advising Residential Communities future students Undergraduate First time freshman Transfer Students Out of state transfer students Graduate Apply now Request information current students Advising Study abroad Transfer Student Resources Graduation Graduate Students Academic Standing Course capacity Prerequisite overrides Late Registration Medical Compassionate withdrawals Disqualification and Reinstatement Probation Standards Petitions Questions concerns initiatives ASU s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy CareerWISE Online Resilience Training Superstition Review Write On Downtown Philosophy and Film Series Project for Writing and Recording Family History Humanities Lecture Series Science Seminars Prospective Students Are you GTD material from ASU SLS on Vimeo This video describes what kind of students the Global Technology and Development masters program at Arizona State University is looking for Welcome future GTD student we invite you to explore our masters program in global technology and development In almost every corner of the world from Buenos Aires to Istanbul one cannot walk into a cafe or down the street without observing someone plugging into the cloud whether it be talking texting or surfing the Internet through a cell phone laptop or iPad Information technology is becoming ubiquitous which is changing the very nature of global societies The GTD program will teach you how to adapt and grow through this process so that you will be prepared to mold it along the way and improve global social political and development agendas We accept students from

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  • Application Process | College of Letters and Sciences
    Biological Sciences Applied Ecology and Preveterinary Medicine Applied Biological Sciences Secondary Education in Biology Applied Biological Sciences Sustainable Horticulture Communication English General Studies History Interdisciplinary Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Organizational Studies Liberal Studies Organizational Leadership BA Political Science Science Technology and Society Technical Communication Applied Science Technical Communication Graduate Applied Biological Sciences MS Applied Ethics Science Tech and Ethics MA Counseling M C Counseling Psychology PhD Global Technology and Development MS Technical Communication MS Minors and Certificates Scholarships The Writers Studio Faculties Counseling Counseling Psychology Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Interdisciplinary Humanities Communication Languages Cultures Science Mathematics Social Science Science and Mathematics Polytechnic campus Social Science Letters and Sciences Excellence Academy Programs by Location exploratory Exploratory Tracks math physical sciences engineering technology humanities fine arts design health life sciences social behavioral sciences Major and Career Exploration Career Assessment Career Coaching Contact Us Exploratory Courses Exploratory Advising Residential Communities future students Undergraduate First time freshman Transfer Students Out of state transfer students Graduate Apply now Request information current students Advising Study abroad Transfer Student Resources Graduation Graduate Students Academic Standing Course capacity Prerequisite overrides Late Registration Medical Compassionate withdrawals Disqualification and Reinstatement Probation Standards Petitions Questions concerns initiatives ASU s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy CareerWISE Online Resilience Training Superstition Review Write On Downtown Philosophy and Film Series Project for Writing and Recording Family History Humanities Lecture Series Science Seminars Application Process application steps apply online Submit resume CV Submit statement of purpose Submit transcripts Submit 2 letters of recommnedation Submit TOEFL score only for international students who have not attended a U S university Access application materials here admission deadlines We are accepting applications on a rolling basis On campus students have the opportunity to be admitted to our program 3 times throughout the year in the fall spring and

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  • GTD courses | College of Letters and Sciences
    design health life sciences social behavioral sciences Major and Career Exploration Career Assessment Career Coaching Contact Us Exploratory Courses Exploratory Advising Residential Communities future students Undergraduate First time freshman Transfer Students Out of state transfer students Graduate Apply now Request information current students Advising Study abroad Transfer Student Resources Graduation Graduate Students Academic Standing Course capacity Prerequisite overrides Late Registration Medical Compassionate withdrawals Disqualification and Reinstatement Probation Standards Petitions Questions concerns initiatives ASU s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy CareerWISE Online Resilience Training Superstition Review Write On Downtown Philosophy and Film Series Project for Writing and Recording Family History Humanities Lecture Series Science Seminars GTD courses core Global Technology Development courses GTD 501 Global Technology and Development 3 credits Students will be introduced to the main theories of economic political and social development as well as consider development indicators and government and NGO policies and programs With this background the course will then explore the particular impact of technology on development with an emphasis on recent innovations and advancement GTD 503 Technology and the International Political System 3 credits Course will provide a history of how our current world political system developed highlighting technological factors in this development followed by a study of the impact of recent technologies on the system at the end of the 20th century and considering such concepts as globalization national versus international identity and erosion of sovereignty GTD 598 Special Topics Area Studies 3 credits This series of courses varies by region studied but they all aim to apply the concepts theories and policies studied in the core seminars 501 and 501 to a region of the world The Middle East and Latin America for example have been offered as area studies courses where students examine the effects of globalization and technology

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  • Funding | College of Letters and Sciences
    Sustainable Horticulture Communication English General Studies History Interdisciplinary Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Organizational Studies Liberal Studies Organizational Leadership BA Political Science Science Technology and Society Technical Communication Applied Science Technical Communication Graduate Applied Biological Sciences MS Applied Ethics Science Tech and Ethics MA Counseling M C Counseling Psychology PhD Global Technology and Development MS Technical Communication MS Minors and Certificates Scholarships The Writers Studio Faculties Counseling Counseling Psychology Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Interdisciplinary Humanities Communication Languages Cultures Science Mathematics Social Science Science and Mathematics Polytechnic campus Social Science Letters and Sciences Excellence Academy Programs by Location exploratory Exploratory Tracks math physical sciences engineering technology humanities fine arts design health life sciences social behavioral sciences Major and Career Exploration Career Assessment Career Coaching Contact Us Exploratory Courses Exploratory Advising Residential Communities future students Undergraduate First time freshman Transfer Students Out of state transfer students Graduate Apply now Request information current students Advising Study abroad Transfer Student Resources Graduation Graduate Students Academic Standing Course capacity Prerequisite overrides Late Registration Medical Compassionate withdrawals Disqualification and Reinstatement Probation Standards Petitions Questions concerns initiatives ASU s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy CareerWISE Online Resilience Training Superstition Review Write On Downtown Philosophy and Film Series Project for Writing and Recording Family History Humanities Lecture Series Science Seminars Funding finance your education financial aid Your yearly cost of attendance can be calculated here Generally students have no issues securing loans to cover tuition completely and usually with more money to spare for assistance with room and board Tuition rates at ASU are extremely competitive when compared with the national average industry professionals If you are a professional and work full time you will still be able to qualify for student loans to cover your tuition Also if you are currently employed be sure to check with

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  • faqs | College of Letters and Sciences
    Minors and Certificates Scholarships The Writers Studio Faculties Counseling Counseling Psychology Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Interdisciplinary Humanities Communication Languages Cultures Science Mathematics Social Science Science and Mathematics Polytechnic campus Social Science Letters and Sciences Excellence Academy Programs by Location exploratory Exploratory Tracks math physical sciences engineering technology humanities fine arts design health life sciences social behavioral sciences Major and Career Exploration Career Assessment Career Coaching Contact Us Exploratory Courses Exploratory Advising Residential Communities future students Undergraduate First time freshman Transfer Students Out of state transfer students Graduate Apply now Request information current students Advising Study abroad Transfer Student Resources Graduation Graduate Students Academic Standing Course capacity Prerequisite overrides Late Registration Medical Compassionate withdrawals Disqualification and Reinstatement Probation Standards Petitions Questions concerns initiatives ASU s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy CareerWISE Online Resilience Training Superstition Review Write On Downtown Philosophy and Film Series Project for Writing and Recording Family History Humanities Lecture Series Science Seminars faqs FAQ Sheet What are the admission requirements to the program 3 0 junior and senior undergraduate GPA or higher undergraduate degree can be any major international or intercultural experience or evidence of interest demonstrated understanding of the GTD curriculum and statement of purpose that indicates a clear interest and how program relates to your background and future plans How many credits is this program 30 credits How long will it take to complete the program This depends upon how many courses you take each session or semester Taking one course per session with six sessions being offered per year a student can finish in ten sessions or approximately one in a half years Students can start in any session and can design course loads to suit their schedules Do I need to take the GRE or GMAT No What should prospective students know

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  • careers | College of Letters and Sciences
    international development are extremely diverse It is a broad field that can take you in many different directions As the magnitude of career possibilities in this field can be overwhelming it is helpful to begin thinking about the type of work that you will most enjoy and focus your academic career on preparing you for that sector You will find information regarding general career pathways below career paths international agencies and work in the field non governmental organizations United Nations organizations multi lateral and bi lateral agencies foreign service English as a second language instructors research and travel community organizing grassroots non governmental organizations social and evironmental justice campaign local political reform and organizing the private sector sustainable development in cooperatives community supported agrculture micro enterprises big corporations journalism other art culture and music media and filmaking thinktanks entrepreneurship Simply Hired average salary for international development jobs sample employers intergovernmental organizations IGOs African Development Bank Asian Development Bank EuropeAid Inter American Development Bank International Finance Corporation International Monetary Fund Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development The World Bank United Nations United Nations Development Programme UNICEF World Food Programme United States Government Federal Reserve New York Department of Energy Department of State Milennium Challenge Corporation United States Agency for International Development USAID US Treasury Office of International Affairs development consulting firms Abt Associates Inc Chemonics Development Alternatives Inc Emerging Markets Group Environmental Resources Management John Snow International Inc Nathan Associates Inc PADCO AECOM Research Triangle Institute RTI The Pragma Corporation non governmental organizations NGOs Accion International Ashoka Asia Foundation CARE USA Catholic Relief Services International Foundation for Election Systems Management Sciences for Health Mercy Corps National Democratic Institute Oxfam America Pact Partners of the Americas Population Services International Save the Children Winrock International World Learning World Wildlife Fund foundations policy institutes Bank Information Center Bill Melinda Gates Foundation Brookings Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Center for Strategic and International Studies Earthwatch Environmental Defense Ford Foundation Heritage Foundation Rockefeller Foundation Worldwatch Institute resources associations Association of Women in Development Interaction the American Council for Voluntary International Action Society for International Development Washington DC Chapter Women s Environmental and Development Organization online resources IADB Listings Inter American Development Bank lists 1500 volunteer organizations in Latin American containing contact information and description of work ASPA The American Society for Public Administration lists public administration jobs and internships in the public non profit and private sectors searchable by state Avue Central A federal employment service used to apply for federal jobs and internships AWID The Association for Women s Rights in Development is an international organization committed to achieving gender equality sustainable development and women s human rights The website features job listings around the world in these fields Directory of Development Orgs Online directory of development organizations which contains over 47 500 listings by country and is a reference for development practitioners researchers donor employees and policymakers www DevelopmentAid org is a membership organization that brings together information for developmental professionals NGOs consultancy

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