Financial Aid is available for eligible students. IPSL also accepts AmeriCorps Segal Education awards An IPSL master's degree may be right for you if...You care about social justice and creating a better world.You are looking for a graduate degree...
Financial Aid is available for eligible students. IPSL also accepts AmeriCorps Segal Education awards
An IPSL master's degree may be right for you if...
You care about social justice and creating a better world.
You are looking for a graduate degree that allows you to explore, serve others, and follow your passion.
You believe that education should be in service to humanity and you want to implement and test this theory in real-life situations.
You like to travel.
Earn a degree that makes a world of difference.
IDS: Master of Arts in International Development & Service or
COSA: Master of Arts in Community Development & Social Activism
Customize your program to suit YOUR interests, life, and budget. Earn your degree in one year. Blend in-country travel terms with online ones...or do all terms abroad. Learn a language while you're earning your master's degree. Serve others and learn first-hand how to run a nonprofit, community-based organization. Students have the opportunity to choose courses, study and volunteer in Greece, Guatemala, Peru, Vietnam, South Africa and Colombia.
In addition, you can study and/or do a practicum abroad while enrolled in your own graduate program. Students can attend IPSL courses if they choose. Past graduate students on IPSL programs have worked with their home institution faculty in ensuring that their courses abroad meet the home institution graduate program course department requirements.
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Relevant Study Subject(s):
Area, Ethnic and Group Studies
Southeast Asian Studies
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies
IPSL's goal is to help all students go abroad. Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA) and Americorps Education awards are accepted to go towards all programs. In addition, an automatic $5500 will be applied to all Graduate students who have served with Americorps, Peace Corps and or the military.