In partnership with Eastern University's College of Health and Social Sciences, students can earn an MA in International Development (urban or international concentration). Students in this program choose one of two concentrations. The Urban Concentration is for those who desire to serve in an urban context, while the International Concentration is for those interested in development work in rural areas or in some other context outside a major city. Students who pursue this degree apply their skills of ministry in the marketplace, the mission field, developing the community, and a host of other vocational opportunities. This program enables full-time students to complete two degrees in just four years. Part-time options are available. Learn more.

Program Details

  • Delivery: on-ground with online options
  • Length: 4 years average completion time; 66 credits at Palmer, 32 credits at Eastern University's College of Health and Social Sciences
  • Cost: view the cost per unit and our financial aid options
  • Locations: St. Davids, PA