Peace, Trade & Development Program
The Peace, Trade & Development program (PTD) exposes participants to challenging learning experiences to master key concepts and tools in human security, global trade, social change and development.
About Our Program
Who should participate?
The custom designed curriculum has been created for upper-level undergraduates, prospective graduate students, and new professionals who are inspired or intrigued by the following questions:
How does global trade contribute to development through access to technology, capital, and more?
How do we promote peace-building and positive social change?
What role do businesses, governments, and civil society organizations play in shaping global development?
If these questions resonate with you, the Peace, Trade and Development Certificate Program could launch you on the path to become an effective agent of global change.
What Will You Do in the Program?
Over a four-week period, participants work through an integrated curriculum covering trade policy, development, conflict resolution and social change, and their impact on crucial global issues.
Classes are delivered by policy and business faculty from the Monterey Institute, and include both lectures and “hands-on” learning from case studies, simulations, and group discussions. A series of site visits allow participants to see these concepts in action, taking advantage of California’s unique role in the global economy.
Summer 2014 Schedule
July 7-31, 2014; Class will take place in Monterey and the San Francisco Bay area.
How to Apply
To apply for the general Peace, Trade and Development Program attendance, visit our online application. Applications reviewed on a rolling basis. Deadline to apply is April 1.
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