Ecological Sciences & Engineering
Reducing our ecologic footprint

Peace Corps Master’s International

The Purdue University, Ecological Sciences and Engineering Interdisciplinary Graduate Program (ESE-IGP) offers the Peace Corps Master’s International (IM) Program through six of our associate academic units.  The Master’s International allows you to spend two semesters on campus followed by two years of Peace Corps service.  There may be times when one additional semester on campus is needed after the international service, to complete the master’s degree. 

The Peace Corps MI program provides opportunities for students to pair Peace Corps activity with graduate level instruction and research.  Students in this program will work with their academic advisors to develop research projects that are relevant to their degree goals and to their Peace Corps service opportunities.

If you have questions about the Peace Corps MI program at Purdue University, please contact:

Ernest R. Blatchley III, PhD., Program Coordinator
Professor, Lyles School of Civil Engineering and Division of Environmental & Ecological Engineering

Gary R. Burniske,  Deputy Program Coordinator
Managing Director, Purdue Center for Global Food Security

Linda S. Lee, Ph.D., Program Head for the Ecological Sciences & Engineering Interdisciplinary Graduate Program
Professor of Agronomy

Admission to ESE


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