Research Programs

Research graduate programs carefully to choose the one that will best suit your needs and talents. There are more than 1,800 institutions in the United States that offer graduate degrees and the variety of programs is enormous. Finding the right fit is the most important factor.

Here you can find a variety of resources to use to begin exploring graduate schools. Our Career Educators can also help guide you through Graduate school exploration during one-on-one appointments scheduled through Handshake.

Employer Spotlight: Temple Teacher Residency

The Temple Teacher Residency prepares individuals who are interested in teaching middle grades or secondary STEM subjects, special education, English or Spanish. TTR is an accelerated master’s and teacher certification program at Temple’s College of Education and Human Development.

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How to Attend Grad School With a Full-Time Job

So you’ve decided that you’re ready to make your next move and start a graduate degree program—but your days are already packed with work commitments. You may be wondering, “Can I really manage grad school and continue to work with …

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What Is Criminal Law?

You may know shows like Law & Order, The Practice, and Better Call Saul for their intense, high-stress, and sometimes emotional scenes, but they’re based on a very real career path in criminal law. So, what is criminal law, and …

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The Strategies of Tomorrow, Starting Today: ESSEC Business School

The combination of technological and social advances has changed and will change how business operates on a global level, and the right EMBA program anticipates these changes head-on. The ESSEC Business School, in partnership with the Mannheim EMBA, offers a …

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Featured Classes

Your major does not necessarily have to be directly aligned with your career! For example, liberal arts majors can work in business and business majors can work in the public sector. Here are a few courses at Arcadia that can develop your skills for this industry. Please speak with your academic advisor to explore all available courses.

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Career Outcomes

The term Student Outcomes refers to undergraduate outcomes within the 6-9 months following graduation, providing a snapshot of Arcadia undergraduates’ success following degree completion. The data is collected through a survey distributed to students at graduation, and again in the months following, along with knowledge gained from faculty, LinkedIn, and phone calls to our graduates, in accordance with national standards. The knowledge rate of outcomes for each class was 86% for the class of 2022, 79% for the class of 2021, 81% for the class of 2020, and 87% for the class of 2019, though response rates vary among colleges and departments.

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