School of Educational Foundations, Leadership & Policy
Master of arts in cross-cultural and international education (MACIE)
What do MACIE students do after graduation?
As a rigorous and interdisciplinary graduate program, MACIE is designed to give students broad range of theoretical and practical knowledge. Graduates of the MACIE program have gone on to a variety of teaching and administrative positions, as well as to top doctoral and professional programs.
Where are MACIE graduates working?
Ford Foundation PASS Program
International Student Services SEVIS Coordinator, Louisiana State University
Assistant Director of Global Education, University of Mount Union, Ohio
Student Advisor, Miami-Dade College
Web International English, Education Supervisor
Out-of-School Youth Specialist, Mid-Hudson Migrant Education Center, NY
Language Teacher, Cambridge International Center, Shanghai Normal University
International Student Advisor, Owens Community College, Ohio
ESL Instructor, The Language Company, Bowling Green, Ohio
Middle and High School Teachers in Minnesota, California, Ohio, Texas, Arizona, Korea (3), Turkey, Guatemala
Academic Advisor, Non-traditional and Transfer Student Services, BGSU
Fellow, Teach for Austria
College Forward, Academic Coach
Instituto de Lenguas UIS, Colombia
Where are MACIE graduates studying?
Ohio State University, Multicultural & Equity Studies in Education (2)
Indiana University-Bloomington, Comparative and International Education
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Comparative and International Education
Michigan State University, College of Law, and College of Education
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Quantitative, Qualitative and Psychometric Methods (QQPM)
Bowling Green State University, Leadership Studies