PEACE CORPS MASTER’S INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM IN INTERNATIONAL FORESTRY
Program DescriptionThe Peace Corps Master’s International (PCMI) Program is a professional degree program designed to allow students to complement a rigorous program of academic study with intense hands-on experience during their overseas Peace Corps assignment. Students generally complete one year of academic coursework prior to beginning their 27-month Peace Corps assignment. Following the conclusion of their Peace Corps duty, PCMI students generally return to their university to complete their degree requirements for graduation.
|What is the PCMI Program?||Why Consider the PCMI in Forestry?
|Description of PCMI Core Courses||SEFS Admission Requirements||Peace Corps Project Overview|
|Dr. Ivan Eastin
Professor and Acting Director
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-2100
phone 206-543-1918; fax 206 685-3091