Office of International Programs – Laurel Hall
The Peace Corps Master's International Program offers the unique opportunity to pair graduate studies with volunteer service abroad. Participants earn a degree from CSU while advancing the skills and education needed to serve successfully abroad. Programs are offered within the Warner College of Natural Resources, College of Agricultural Sciences, Department of English, Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, and the Colorado School of Public Health at CSU. Prospective students must apply to a participating CSU graduate program and to the Peace Corps.
Peace Corps Master’s International students take approximately three semesters of coursework on campus, serve 27 months in a Peace Corps host country, and return to campus to complete a professional paper or portfolio. Graduates will develop a broader worldview and the skills and education needed to contribute to domestic and international community development.
For more information, contact your program of interest.