Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies
TESOL or TFL
International Environmental Policy
Graduate School of Translation, Interpretation, and Localization Management
Development Practice and Policy
The Institute offers professional graduate programs, and certificate and short-term programs, as well as a wide variety of language learning options. We educate and prepare students to be global change makers.
Earn a Master’s Degree
Develop and promote fair and just policy solutions to international social and economic challenges.
Identify and help manage international development opportunities for social change.
Manage risk and create positive social change in international business affected by increasingly complex and challenging issues.
Prepare for international education careers in study abroad programs, student services, and government programs such as Fulbright and Education USA.
Develop the critical knowledge and skills to tackle complex environmental challenges, especially those posed by climate change.
Develop policy analysis and trade negotiation skills in Monterey and Washington, D.C., preparing you to work with businesses, governments, and civil society.
Develop the knowledge and skills to address the spread of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and respond effectively to terrorism.
Become a leader in ESL language education, in the U.S. and abroad, through our internationally recognized teacher education program.
Become a leader in foreign language education, in the U.S. and abroad, through our internationally recognized teacher education program.
Build your skills in translation, consecutive interpretation, and simultaneous interpretation in order to enhance cross-cultural understanding and communication.
Develop the skills for a rapidly growing industry focused on translation, technology, and project management.
Build foundational and advanced skills in business and finance, as well as in the economic and policy concepts you need to tackle global environmental challenges.
Develop skills for increasing business efficiencies and effectiveness by blending public and trade policy-based knowledge with business competencies.
With a multidisciplinary approach to education within the international development context, gain practical skills and tools while building in-depth management competencies for educational settings of all types.
Earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in three years.
Obtaining a Second Degree
Students enrolled in a graduate program at the Middlebury Institute can add a second degree. A second degree requires a minimum of 30 credits in residence and satisfactory completion of all core requirements in addition to the requirements for the first degree.
Integrate Peace Corps experience into various degrees including MBA, MPA, International Policy and Development, International Environmental Policy, and TESOL.