PEACE CORPS MASTER’S INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM IN INTERNATIONAL FORESTRY

Program Description

The 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? Program Requirements
Description of PCMI Core Courses SEFS Admission Requirements Peace Corps Project Overview
Contact:
Dr. Ivan Eastin
Professor and Acting Director
CINTRAFOR
Box 352100
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-2100
phone 206-543-1918; fax 206 685-3091