Grad School Placements

Graduate Placements of Former ELC Majors

Do you have information to supplement this list-in-process?

If so, please send it to ELC Chair Gary Richards (grichard@umw.edu).

American University (M.F.A. in poetry; M.A. in English; M. A. in Journalism and Public Affairs )

Bangor University (M.A. in Creative Writing; M.A. in Arthurian Litarature; Ph.D. in Film and Digital Media)

Bath Spa University, UK (Masters in Creative Writing)

Brooklyn College (M.F.A. in fiction)

Carnegie Mellon (Masters of Entertainment Technology)

Catholic University (Ph.D. in Victorian literature)

College of William and Mary (M.Ed. in Educational Leadership)

Columbia University (M.F.A. in poetry; M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology)

Cornell University (law)

Dominican University of California (Green MBA)

Duke University (Masters in Management Studies)

Emerson College (M.A. in publishing and writing; M.F.A. in poetry)

George Mason University (law; M.A. in English literature; M.F.A. in poetry; M.A. in Communication; M.S. in Social Work)

George Washington University (Master of Professional Studies in Publishing; law)

Georgetown University (M.A. in Journalism; M.A. in English; M.A. and Ph.D. in Linguistics)

Georgia Institute of Technology (M.S. in Digital Media)

Georgia State University (M.A. in English)

Goddard College (M.F.A. in creative writing)

Harvard University (law)

Hollins University (M.F.A. in poetry)

Hunter College (M.F.A. in poetry)

James Madison University (M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology)

Johns Hopkins University (M.F.A. in fiction)

Kansas State University (M.A. children’s literature)

Longwood University (M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology)

New York University (M.A. in Psychology; Performance Studies)

Old Dominion University (MFA; M.Ed.; M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology)

Queens College (M.F.A. in fiction)

Pennsylvania State University (law)

Radford University (Master’s Program in Speech-Language Pathology)

Rutgers University (Master’s in American Studies)

Sarah Lawrence College (MFA in fiction)

SUNY-Buffalo (M.A. in English literature)

Syracuse University (Goldring Arts Journalism Graduate Program; Masters in Library Science)

Temple University (Ph.D. in English)

Tulane University (law)

University of Baltimore (M.F.A. in Creative Writing and Publishing Arts)

University of Bern, Switzerland (Ph.D. in Linguistics)

University of California-San Diego (M.F.A. in poetry)

University of California-Santa Cruz (M.S. in Games and Playable Media)

University of Leiden, Netherlands (M.A. in Linguistics)

University of Maine (M.A. in poetry and poetics)

University of Mary Washington (M.Ed.)

University of Maryland (Masters of Library Science; M.A. in English)

University of Massachusetts at Amherst (M.F.A. in poetry)

University of North Carolina-Greensboro (M.F.A. in poetry; M.F.A. in fiction)

University of Oregon (English)

University of Pennsylvania (graduate study in linguistics/fellow at Annenberg School for Communication)

University of Pittsburgh (M.A., Ph.D. in Linguistics; M.Ed.)

University of Stockholm, Sweden (Ph.D. in Linguistics)

University of South Carolina (Master of Library and Information Science)

University of Southern Illinois Carbondale (M.F.A. in poetry)

University of Texas-San Antonio (M.A. in English)

University of Virginia (M.Ed.; M.A. in English; M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology)

University of Washington (law; Ph.D. in English)

University of Wisconsin-Madison (Ph.D. in English)

Vanderbilt University (Ph.D. in English/African American Literature; Ph.D. in Ethics)

Vermont College of Fine Arts (M.F.A. in poetry)

Virginia Commonwealth University (M.A. in copywriting; M.F.A. in poetry; Graduate Certificate in Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies; MS at Brand Center in Marketing; M.Ed.)

Washington and Lee (law)

West Virginia University (M.A. in English)

Yale University (law)