Details at a Glance
The Regis Master of Development Practice (MDP) program is an innovative degree that contributes to the sustainability of our planet and to the health and well-being of communities globally. Classes use virtual-visual conferencing to bring students from around the world together to discover truly global solutions to development challenges.
Achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 will demand integrated policy and practice with attention to the lived realities of communities around the world. If you’re ready to meet this challenge, the Regis MDP program offers a holistic approach to development practice for those committed to social justice. Regis University’s Jesuit, community-based MDP program equips leaders with integrated development knowledge, skills, and practice to devise lasting development solutions. You’ll explore ethical dilemmas that test professionals and help them respond effectively to challenging situations.
Students can attend class either in-person in Denver, CO or as part of a live, synchronous online environment from anywhere in the world. The MDP program can be completed in two years, and program starts are offered once a year in late August.