Master in International and Economic Development?
I am double major in Political Science and Economics and a minor of Peace and Justice Studies. With a program at my university, I plan to stay an extra year to get a Master in International and Economic Development. Then, I plan to go to the Peace Corps. so, my question is: after peace corps (if i get in) should i get another Master's but in International Affairs with the study of Development Practice? or would that just be repetitive of my first master's? what about a master in diplomacy? does that exist? Ultimately, I would like to get a government job in the state department but if that doesn't happen working with international organizations on Development.
Asked By: space star - 11/30/2012
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I was in Peace Corps, and that first poster is entirely idealistic. You cannot predict what kind of service you will have or what kind of colleagues you will have. Mine were by no stretch of the imagination "inspiring... More
Answered By: L - 12/1/2012
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After the Peace Corps you will have a wealth of opportunity and most government jobs will be open to you. They all have study programs. Get good grades with what you have and when you are in the corps you will meet many other ambitious people who will Inspire you toward your best career move.
Answered By: thecharleslloyd - 11/30/2012
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