Outcomes

What can you do with a PAGS major?

Peace and Global Studies graduates from Earlham pursue a variety of graduate programs and careers. Our interdisciplinary approach provides a solid foundation for future study and job opportunities.

Listed below are examples of graduate programs and jobs our PAGS alumni have chosen.

Graduate Programs

M.A. in Human Development
Earlham '02; Pacific Oaks '06

School of Law
Earlham '02; Indiana University '04

Masters of Science in Social Work
Earlham '02; University of Texas '09

Ph.D. in Political Economics
Earlham '76; University of Massachusetts/Amherst '85

M.A. in Latin American Studies
Earlham '99; University of Arizona '05

Masters of Divinity
Earlham '91; Yale Divinity School '96

Masters of Education
Earlham '96; Lesley University '99

Certificate in Ecological Horticulture
Earlham '03; UC Santa Cruz '08

Masters in Public Health Education
Earlham '03; University of North Carolina '08

Certificate of Transformational Ecopsychology
Earlham '02; Southwestern College '09

M.S. in Management and Management PhD.
Earlham '93; Boston College '07, '09

Ph.D. in Psychology
Earlham '78; University of Missouri '99

Masters of Theological Studies
Earlham '95; Wesley Theological Seminary '00

Masters of Informational Technology
Earlham '89; Stevens Institute of Technology '08

M.F.A. in Dramatic Arts
Earlham '02; UC Davis '08

Specific Jobs

Wilderness Therapy Program Leader
The Monarch Center for Family Healing
Georgetown, Colorado

Work with Goodwill Ambassadors
Japan Committee for UNICEF
Tokyo, Japan

Litigation and Bankruptcy Attorney
Lewis & Kappes
Indianapolis, Indiana

Congressional Hunger Center Fellowship
Connecticut Food Bank

Director of Information Technology
Growing Technologies
Charlottesville, Virginia

Senior Trial Attorney
US EEOC
Brooklyn, New York

Community Organizer
LaCasa
Goshen, Indiana

Ordained Clergy Person
United Church of Christ
Minneapolis, Minnesota

High Commissioner for Refugees
United Nations
Geneva, Switzerland

Associate Professor of Econ and Women's Studies
State University of New York/College at Purchase
Rochelle, New York

Lead Teacher
Abington Friends School
Jenkintown, Pennsylvania

VP of Information
CitiGroup
Brooklyn, New York

Consultant
Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice
Middletown, New York

Member and Volunteer
Jubilee House Community; Center for Development in Central America
Managua, Nicaragua

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