Summer Office Hours

Monday - Thursday (Closed on Friday)

8:00am - 5:00pm

Phone: 530-898-6880

Peace Corps Master's International

CSU, Chico offers a Master's Degree program which combines traditional graduate studies with Peace Corps Service, giving students the opportunity to integrate their teaching and research with Peace Corps service.

Application Process 

Interested students should apply to the graduate program below and the Peace Corps Master's International Program at the same time. Students who are accepted to the graduate program then complete the Peace Corps application process. Detailed information concerning the Peace Corps application is available from Peace Corps Master's International. You may also contact the CSU, Chico campus coordinator Dr. Patricia E. Black                   

Graduate Programs and Curriculum (Peace Corps Advising Patterns):

MA in Teaching International Languages, TESOL Option

Graduate Coordinator, Dr. Hilda Hernandez

EDSL 610  Foreign/Second Language Teaching: Methods
EDSL 633  Foreign/Second Language Teaching: The Cultural Dimension
EDSL 635  Current Research and Developments in Foreign/Second Language Education
EDSL 636  Foreign/Second Language Education: Testing and Assessment Practices
EDSL 637  Curriculum Development: Foreign Languages/ESL
ENGL 470  Theory and Practice of Second Language Acquisition
Elective     400-/600- level elective in Linguistics
Elective     400-/600- level elective in Linguistics
EDCI 689   Professional Field Experience
EDCI 689   Professional Field Experience
EDMA 699  Master's Thesis or Project
INST 600   Peace Corps Capstone Seminar

Contacts: Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Faculty and Staff

For information concerning the Peace Corps Service experience, feel free to contact one of the RPCV - Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Faculty or Staff at CSU, Chico listed.

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