The immersive seven-week symposium offered 15 enrolled fellows the chance to hear from and interact with an extraordinary panel of experts on Russian identity and U.S.-Russia relations, from former New START treaty negotiators to the current Russian ambassador to the U.S.
Earn a Bachelor of Arts in International Policy and a Master of Arts from the Middlebury Institute in just three years.
The Joint BA/MA option is designed for students who want to combine international policy with a specific area of career-oriented study. Our program integrates immersive learning, collaboration across a diverse student body, practical hands-on experience, and small classes to encourage faculty mentorship.
Ideal candidates have already accumulated two years of undergraduate course work over time and must transfer 60 credits from an accredited college or university. These include military veterans and people who have an interest in international policy and development, social change, or counterterrorism and nonproliferation. In just three years, graduates are prepared to lead with confidence in today’s exciting and evolving international fields.
We offer three opportunities for students to earn a joint Bachelor of Arts in International Policy and Master of Arts in the following programs:
- Joint BA/MA in International Education Management
- Joint BA/MA in International Environmental Policy
- Joint BA/MA in International Policy and Development
- Joint BA/MA in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies
- Joint BA/Master of Public Administration
Middlebury Institute Partners with Ala-Too University in Kyrgyzstan on Teaching and Learning Project
Collaboration is essential for learning from and reflecting on our own educational practices as both teachers and learners. A new team of U.S. and Kyrgyz educators and students is working to promote such collaboration in Kyrgyzstan.
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The Economist recently explored how open-source intelligence (OSINT) can challenge governments’ monopolies on information, with insight from Middlebury Institute professor Jeffrey Lewis of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. The article is behind a paywall but you can watch a video interview we conducted with Jeffrey Lewis on OSINT.Video