The November 2011 edition of the Anglican Journal has an article feature Wycliffe's Master of Theological Studies (in Urban and International Development) program. The article is title, "Town and country: Unique Wycliffe program marries theology with urban and international development" and can be found on page 20 of the online edition of the Anglican Journal.
From the November edition of the Anglican Journal:
"Many people of faith want an education that provides the spiritual, academic and practical skills to serve in international or urban development.
They want to serve God not just in the church or the academy but in the world, and the church acknowledges this.
As Archbishop Colin Johnson of the diocese of Toronto writes, “We have begun to recognize the value of engaging theology students with a view toward contextual ministry. This new emphasis nurtures the charisma of the individual and prepares people to minister most e" ectively to and with the community into which God has placed them.”
Wycliffe College’s Master’s of Theological Studies (Urban and International Development), known as the MTSD, combines sound theological education with practical skills in urban and international development. Its goal is to raise up students who will have the insight and tools to analyze and solve problems in the real world."