The Peace Corps welcomes 26 new colleges and universities to its Master’s International (MI) program, a partnership that allows Peace Corps volunteers to receive graduate school credit for their service abroad.
MI is a unique opportunity for students to integrate a master’s degree program with overseas Peace Corps service in a variety of fields, including teaching English as a second language, environment and natural resources, youth development and agriculture. The new MI schools include four Historically Black Colleges and Universities and four Hispanic-Serving Institutions.
Peace Corps is proud to welcome the following colleges and universities to the program:
- Adelphi University
- California State University, Chico
- California State University, Fresno
- California State University, Northridge
- College of Charleston
- Eastern Michigan University
- Lincoln University
- New Mexico State University
- North Carolina Central University
- Portland State University
- South Carolina State
- State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
- SUNY Oswego
- Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
- Tennessee State University
- Thunderbird School of Global Management
- University of Colorado at Boulder
- University of Maryland–Baltimore
- University of Miami
- University of Michigan
- University of Texas – Austin
- Utah State University
- Valparaiso University
- Western Kentucky University
- West Virginia University
- Wheelock College.
Further information on MI is available at www.peacecorps.gov/masters.