In cooperation with the U.S. Peace Corps, we are pleased to offer the Master's International (MI) program for Peace Corps bound students. MIs can pursue degrees in one of the following three degree programs: International Administration, International Development or Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integration prior to the 27 months of Peace Corps service. Completion of Peace Corps service and a final report apply toward the final 18 credits of degree requirements at which time students can graduate.
- Course descriptions
- Peace Corps Master's International Program fact sheet
- University of Denver's Peace Corps Community
- U.S. Peace Corps Website - Master's International Information
- Office of Student Affairs portfolio page, home of the MA handbook and other important documents
- Admissions FAQs
- Fall 2011 Peace Corps Fellow Newsletter
MI student/alumni news and blogs
- Moriah Lee is a first-year student in the GFTEI program and also a Master's International
student. Read Moriah's blog to learn more about her experience at the Josef Korbel School.
- See a video from Nick Duckworth, a second-year Master's International student.
- University of Denver ranks in the top 5 for its Peace Corps Master's International and Fellows/USA programs.
The following blogs are written by Josef Korbel School students completing their coursework and those that are currently serving in the U.S. Peace Corps.
- Liz Wanucha is a currently serving in Armenia. Read her blog here.
- Christopher Huey is a current MI student serving in Peru. He is posted as a Youth
Development Volunteer until 2012. Read his blog here.
Andy Knipe is currently serving Cameroon and has finished his coursework for an MA in International Development. Read his blog here.
Note: Students pursuing dual and joint degree programs are not eligible for the Master's International Program.