Students may earn a BA from Middlebury and an MA from Monterey in five years.
Middlebury College and the Monterey Institute of International Studies have established several integrated degree programs in which students earn a combined BA from Middlebury and an MA from the Monterey Institute in five years. These integrated degree programs include four years of undergraduate work in a variety of majors at Middlebury, development of language proficiency and particular courses while at Middlebury, followed by one year of graduate study at the Monterey Institute. These programs are retroactively available to all Middlebury alumni who qualify. Please note that all interested Middlebury students must apply to and be accepted at Monterey through the normal Monterey Institute admissions process.
There are currently five integrated degree programs:
- International Environmental Policy (MAIEP)
- International Policy Studies (MAIPS)
- Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies (MANPTS)
- Teaching of Foreign Languages (MATFL)
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MATESOL)
Each degree has particular requirements to fulfill at the Monterey Institute, as well as requirements to fulfill at Middlebury to qualify for these degrees. For Middlebury students wishing to pursue these integrated degree opportunities, there are three broad requirements to qualify: coursework at Middlebury, language preparation, and (where applicable) international experience.
Middlebury College contact for Integrated Degree Programs: Charlotte Tate, Associate Director, Rohatyn Center for International Affairs, firstname.lastname@example.org, 802.443.5795.