A Doctor of Philosophy is a highly specialized degree that requires anywhere from 3 to 10 years of study and work to earn. Students can choose to pursue a PhD after completing a master’s degree in a similar or related field.
The EUCLID DSDD (Doctorate in Sustainable
Development and Diplomacy) is a distance, nonresident
The EUCLID DSDD (Ph.D. in Sustainable Development and Diplomacy) is an online program which combined required coursework followed by the elaboration and presentation of the policy-relevant doctoral dissertation. Its goal is to prepare recognized experts for high-level positions in the vast realm of sustainable development policy-making and implementation, with successful careers at intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, as well as multinational corporations. It is of particular interest to students holding a relevant Master's degree and aiming to achieve a doctoral level, which is increasingly necessary for academia and international institutions.