Graduate Degree Programs in International Political Economy of Resources

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   Academic Faculty  24
Admissions Information
   GRE General Test is required
   GRE Subject Test is not required
   GMAT will be accepted in lieu of GRE
   TOEFL exam is required (international)
Admissions Statistics
   Average GRE Quantitative  152
   Average GRE Verbal  160
   Average GPA (4.0 scale)  3.65
   Percent applicants accepted  81%

The Division of Liberal Arts and International Studies (LAIS) offers the Master of International Political Economy of Resources and two 15-credit-hour graduate certificates in International Political Economy (IPE). The interactions, intersections and interconnectedness of the world's political, economic, social, cultural and environmental systems, plus the linkages among global, state and non-state institutions and actors, constitute the bedrock of IPE areas of study and inquiry.

 

Financial support may be available to select students through teaching assistantships. These awards generally include a monthly stipend in exchange for work performed. Additional funding may be available through federal student loans. Students are encouraged to apply early and to meet all deadlines.

Degree Program

  • Master of International Political Economy of Resources

Certificate Program

  • International Political Economy of Resources Graduate Certificate I
  • International Political Economy of Resources Graduate Certificate II
  • Graduate Certificate in Science and Technology Policy
  • Graduate Individual Minor

Specialization

The objective of the Master of International Political Economy of Resources program is to develop professional analytical skills in:

  • resources development and management strategies embedded in the inter-state and supranational relationships between the state and the market
  • analyses of regional and global security and risk issues affecting resources industry
  • transnational trade and investment flows as well as resources production and consumption.

 Contact

Jody Lowther
LAIS Program Assistant
Division of Liberal Arts & International Studies
Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: 303-384-2590

 

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