Details at a Glance
SIT Graduate Institute prepares students from across the globe to be effective leaders, professionals, and citizens. SIT’s master’s and professional development programs are rooted in the experiential education model, where learning occurs at the nexus of theory and practice. Students are trained to become highly skilled practitioners who have a commanding knowledge of the theoretical basis of their profession; experience in the field; and an awareness of their own capabilities, values, and ethics.
Today, SIT Graduate Institute continues to adapt to a changing world and the ever-evolving needs of its students by developing innovative full-time, face-to-face, global master’s degree programs. It remains as committed as ever to the principles of social justice, intercultural communication, and experiential learning.
Global Master's Degrees
Part-time Hybrid Master's Degrees
Conflict Transformation Across Cultures (CONTACT) Summer Peacebuilding Program (Brattleboro, Vermont)
Graduate Certificate in International Education (online with short residency in Vermont)
Certificate in TESOL (various locations)
To be considered for admission to a master’s or certificate program, you must have the following:
US bachelor’s degree or an equivalent that demonstrates academic ability
Demonstrated English language ability (IELTS, TOEFL, PTE); GRE not required.
Intercultural and professional experience
Demonstrated ability to use experience as a source of learning
Online Low-Residency Programs:
It is recommended that applicants to SIT’s low-residency programs be currently working in their field of study and have experience and familiarity with instructional technology, distance learning, and/or independent learning.
All degree and certificate programs have a priority deadline of late January (rolling admissions).