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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.
I interned for Us Weekly, Christie’s Auction House, Times Square Alliance, and Seventeen Magazine. I’ve used my design skills in every position I’ve had. I’m glad I get to utilize my design passion and that I’ve been able to evolve with the ever-changing digital landscape.Lacey Budd ’11
Class of 2011, Graphic Design Concentration
The Philosophy and Religious Studies major taught me how to think critically and helped me develop reasoning skills which I use daily working in television. I find that the skills taught are easily transferable to a variety of careers. Further, the faculty were very supportive and instrumental in guiding me towards career development and growth as an individual during my time at Marymount.Kenan Hunter ’18
Class of 2018, Double major in Philosophy and Religious Studies and Digital Media and Video Production
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
As part of my Fashion Studies minor in the Business Division, I interned with the company Vestiare Collective where I truly enjoyed a professional experience. I have learned and fine-tuned many new skills. So far, my learning includes information and formulas for excel spreadsheets, new approaches to outreach, and new research and recruiting methods.Eboni Rodgers ’21
When I started at MMC as a playwriting major, I knew that I loved writing and theatre, but had never written a play and had no idea where to start. My classes at MMC taught me the skills I needed to piece together my playwriting tool belt, discover my creative process, and establish my individual voice as a writer.Shelby Solla ’18
2018, B.A. in Theatre Arts (Writing for the Stage)