While we do not offer a transcript-visible graduate program option, graduate students from disciplines across campus can participate in the humanitarian engineering program by:

  • Pursuing research with affiliated faculty who advise graduate students in humanitarian-engineering related projects
  • Enrolling in HEST courses (look for the 500-level versions)
  • Taking advantage of dedicated fellowship (Evans Family Fellowship)
  • Attending co-curricular opportunities such as seminar speakers or workshops (see past offerings in our News Feed)

We strongly encourage students with a strong commitment to community engagement to consider our graduate programs. Although the Peace Corps recently cancelled the Peace Corps Master's International Program writ large, and our last cohort of Peace Corps Master’s International (PCMI) program students bagan in Fall 2017, we have had a number of Peace Corps returned volunteers succeed in our program.  

Stories about the experiences of our students and fellows can be found on the OSU Humanitarian Engineering Student Blog.

Learn more about our current and past graduate students.