Peace Corps Master’s International
Want to take your skills outside the classroom and make a real difference in the lives of people who need your help? The Peace Corps Master’s International Program at Michigan Tech allows graduate students to complete one year of graduate course work, then spend two-plus years working with the United States Peace Corps to earn an MS degree. This year marks the 24th anniversary of the Peace Corps Master's International Program and the 16th anniversary of the program at Michigan Tech.
There are approximately 32 students enrolled in PCMI at Michigan Tech, making it the largest university Peace Corps Master’s International program in the nation.
At present, three engineering departments offer the program: Civil & Environmental Engineering, Geological & Mining Engineering and Sciences, and Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics. PCMI programs are offered elsewhere on campus, too. For more information, click on the links below.