Four Careers for Speech-Language Pathology Students

As a major that encompasses speech-language pathology (SLP), audiology, occupational therapy and more, Communication Disorders is one of the oldest, most comprehensive, and versatile Master’s programs at Emerson. It is also nationally ranked and has close to a 100% employment … Continued

Where to Live in Boston: Somerville

With many graduate students moving to Massachusetts to pursue their degrees, one of the great questions is where to live in Boston. After all, this is an important decision that could affect your graduate journey. So, if you’re applying, or … Continued

Grad School During A Pandemic: How Students Navigate Online Learning

The past year has been nerve-wracking as our campus family has been embracing lion pride from afar. Despite the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to connect, collaborate, and generate ideas to fulfill our call to action in … Continued

Q&A with a Writing for Film & Television MFA Student

From her first day of grad school to her very last assignment, ’20 Writing for Film and Television MFA graduate and Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions, Haley Bresnahan, has successfully completed Emerson’s rigorous low-residency program. She’s given us the inside … Continued

Q&A with a Publishing & Writing MA Student

Whether you want to shape the prose of fresh voices as an editor, represent writers as a literary agent, or work with exciting online publications and new media formats, Emerson’s prestigious Publishing and Writing MA will help you succeed in this ever-vital, … Continued