SIT’s master’s in development in Washington, DC, is designed to significantly advance students’ leadership capacity, practical skills, and networking channels, particularly within the areas of sustainability, social justice, and entrepreneurship. Students earn their degree in just one year while benefiting from the resources available through SIT’s parent organization, World Learning—a global nonprofit— and the broader marketplace of development organizations headquartered in the US capital. The program is designed for professionals from across the globe with some relevant work experience.
160 Chestnut Hill, Guilford, VT 05301, USA
SIT’s Master of Arts in Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation program gives students the analytical ability, theoretical knowledge, and practical skills to work with groups of people in conflict. Student focus on conflict in relation to development, inter-group relations, youth programs, humanitarian aid, education, or human rights.
112 Anna Marsh Ln, Guilford, VT 05301, USA
SIT Graduate Institute prepares more professionals in the field of international education than any other university in the world, and is the oldest program of its kind. SIT offers the unique opportunity to earn an international education degree from an institution that also provides international exchange, study abroad, and development programs. Students gain valuable access to the highly regarded SIT Study Abroad and The Experiment in International Living, both administered from the SIT/World Learning campus. Through SIT’s experiential learning model, students develop expertise in advising, exchange management, community education, and volunteer program management. Students may also take courses in SIT’s other degree programs to gain skills in language teaching administration, sustainable development, conflict transformation, and other areas. The program combines faculty instruction with personal practice, analysis, and experience.