Peace Corps Track
The Darla Moore School of Business's IMBA program is pleased to partner with the United States Peace Corps for the Master's International University Program offered through the Peace Corps. The Master's International program is designed for candidates who have not yet served in the Peace Corps, but wish to complete a degree program and their Peace Corps service simultaneously.
The Master's International is a partnership program offered through both the Peace Corps and the Moore School's IMBA program. Candidates may complete both the IMBA program and Peace Corps service simultaneously. Candidates must apply to both programs independently, yet at the same time (the earlier the better). If accepted, students would begin the IMBA program with the core international business curriculum in the Summer II term. In the Spring semester, depending on clearances from the Peace Corps, students transition to their Peace Corps country of service and remain there for 27 months to complete their in-country language training (with the Peace Corps) and volunteer service. Students will earn academic credit for the language training and service. Then, they would return to the Moore School for their fourth and final year to take elective coursework, which may be in an area of concentration.
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