Multiple Locations +3
  • Morocco
    • Rabat
  • Jordan
    • Amman
  • Turkey
    • Istanbul
Academic Year
Subject Areas
Conflict Studies Graduate Studies Human Rights Peace Studies Political Science Public Health Public Policy Service Learning Sociology

Program Details

Program Type
Direct Enrollment
Degree Level
Host Family


Starting Price
Price Details
Semester 1 tuition: $15,149
Semester 2 tuition: $15,148
Semester 3 tuition: $15,148

See full breakdown at: https://graduate.sit.edu/program/global-master-of-arts-humanitarian-assistance-crisis-management/?subpage=cost_scholarships
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Feb 26, 2024
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About Program

Gain the skills and on-the-ground experience needed to respond to humanitarian crises around the world.

Spend your first two semesters in Amman, Jordan, and Rabat, Morocco, observing humanitarian crises in diverse geographical, political, and cultural environments. Interact with aid workers, NGOs, and refugees, as you witness humanitarian assistance and advocacy in action.

On a 10-day field study trip to Istanbul, Turkey, a country that hosts the largest population of refugees in the world, you will gain expertise in humanitarian policy, diplomacy, and advocacy. Meet with the United Nations refugee agency, National NGOs, the Turkish Red Crescent, and other key organizations engaged in relief, protection, advocacy and humanitarian diplomacy.

In your final semester, you will put your learning into practice during a 12-week field practicum in a location of your choosing. You will also complete a capstone paper reflecting on the experience.

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Program Highlights

  • Study in three countries - Jordan, Morocco, and Turkey.
  • Design and implement crisis management plans and humanitarian programs that will aid and protect populations affected by disaster.
  • Learn how to create contingency plans to assess and approach risk to ensure the safety and well-being of yourself and others in high-conflict environments and emergency situations.
  • Get firsthand exposure to the humanitarian response and program of various NGOs, INGOs, and UN agencies.
  • Learn about national asylum and refugee policies and the impact of European externalization of border control.

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