Degrees Offered

Master of Arts in International Education Management
Master of Arts in International Environmental Policy
Master of Arts in International Policy and Development
Master of Arts in International Trade and Economic Diplomacy, Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies
Master of Arts in TESOL
Masters of Art in Teaching Foreign Language
Master of Arts in Translation; Translation and Interpretation; Conference Interpretation
Master of Arts in Translation and Localization Management
Master of Public Administration
Online Translation and Localization Management

Fields of Specialization/Study Tracks

Conflict Resolution / Negotiation
Education Policy
Environmental Policy
Foreign Policy
Government (Public) Administration
Human Rights / Humanitarian Affairs
International Development
International Trade / Business
Nonprofit Management
Security Studies (National or International)
Social Policy / Poverty

Area Studies

Middle East

Admissions Deadline

Spring 2021;
October 1: Final Deadline

Fall 2021;
November 1: Priority deadline (accelerated admission decision and priority scholarship consideration)
December 5: Round One
February 1: Round Two
April 1: Round Three (language scholarship and need-based grants deadline)
May 15: Final Deadline

Admissions Overview

Application Checklist:

Online application, which includes an essay, résumé or curriculum vitae, and personal scholarship statement
$65 application fee (nonrefundable)
Undergraduate transcripts
One letter of recommendation (two preferred)
Interview in person or via Skype
GRE or GMAT scores (not required)
TOEFL or IELTS scores (required only for nonnative English speakers, minimum preferred scores vary by program)
Second language proficiency (requirements vary by program)

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Contact Information

460 Pierce St
Monterey, CA

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