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You imagine your own path for learning. You see connections where others see boundaries. Different academic disciplines—dance and biology, art and politics—form a single thread in your creative and curious mind. At MMC, you will harness these diverse learning opportunities to create your own academic experience. Blaze your way to knowledge.
Chart Your Own Course
While New York City can spoil you with its international cachet, there are other great world cities to immerse yourself in. MMC offers a number of study abroad programs that transport you beyond the five boroughs of NYC. Does Paris entice you? What about London? Perhaps Greece or Italy? Choose your location and open yourself to cultural discovery and global perspectives.
Through my Interdisciplinary Studies curriculum at MMC, I was able to cultivate knowledge areas of personal and professional interest, including social and digital media, advocacy, and intersectionality among marginalized communities. Exploring the areas of Gender and Sexuality Studies has greatly contributed to my position as a Communications Associate in the LGBTQ+ nonprofit world by exposing me to different perspectives, identities, and societal issues that I come across in my job every day.Jessica Rozycki ’16
Professors know your name and are easy to talk to, and the school’s prime location allows you to become part of a much larger community when looking for jobs and internships. Being on the Upper East Side is totally invaluable and made this college experience unlike any other.Natasha Solo-Lyons ’19
Class of 2019, Double Major: B.S. Marketing and B.S. Management
Minor: Creative Writing
I spent three years working as a research assistant and then lab manager in Dr. Deirtra Hunter’s Music, Mind and Brain Lab where we studied psychophysiological responses evoked by emotionally charged music in human participants. Dr. Hunter was diligent in her efforts to ensure I graduated with indispensable practical research experiences on and off campus that made me a competitive applicant for professional and academic positions.Keaven Caro ’18
The experience, guidance, and mentorship I received during my time in the Speech-Language Pathology program has been unmatched and has prepared me for my career. The rare hands-on clinical experience not only set me apart in graduate applications but also provided a foundation for my future success. I have always said this program is a true gem!Danielle Kancelaric `18
Class of 2018, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology majoe
Graduating with a double major in Business Economics and International Studies, and a minor in Asian Studies, my course work in Mandarin language and Chinese literature, business and history at Marymount has proved extremely relevant to the work I did at Christie’s, helping me to accomplish tasks such as the provenance research for ancient Chinese art.James Matson ’14
Class of 2014, Business major with a concentration in Economics, International Studies major, Asian Studies minor