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The SAIS Latin American Studies Program (LASP) offers students the opportunity to gain a broad understanding of Latin America as a global player while simultaneously developing functional expertise through a policy-oriented curriculum. A diverse group of countries richly endowed with natural resources, Latin America provides the perfect laboratory to learn about key international policy areas such as energy, emerging markets, and sustainable development, as they apply to the region and beyond.

Read more about the school's Leadership, including Deans and Advisory Councils, which serve as a critical source of advice and counsel to the Johns Hopkins SAIS Dean in setting the overall course for the school's future. 

The Leadership Academy for Development (LAD) trains government officials and business leaders from developing countries to help the private sector be a constructive force for economic growth and development.

SAIS Library, also known as Mason Library, offers comprehensive library services to SAIS students, faculty and staff. Access is limited to individuals with a valid Johns Hopkins University ID card or a valid Library visitor pass

The Robert H. Evans Library occupies a wing of the building and seats more than 115 in its large study rooms. The library contains a specialized collection of more than 85,000 volumes. In addition to supporting the educational and research needs of the SAIS community, the library is also open for consultation to local and visiting scholars

SAIS Library, also known as Mason Library, offers comprehensive library services to SAIS students, faculty and staff. 

The MA Oral Exam tests students' knowledge of international economics and their chosen functional or regional concentration. Exams are held in August, December and May, and only the top 30 percent of the student body are eligible to compete for honors. 

Johns Hopkins SAIS' Library, also known as Mason Library, offers comprehensive library services to students, faculty and staff. 

This two-year program for full-time students is the cornerstone of the Johns Hopkins SAIS experience. The academic program consists of interdisciplinary course work in international relations, economics and languages.

This 16-month degree program is ideal for experienced professionals seeking a deeper understanding of the social, economic and political issues influencing policy decisions, while continuing to work full-time.

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