What do MACIE students do after graduation?

As an interdisciplinary academic graduate program, MACIE is designed to introduce students a 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 after graduation?

  • USAID, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Ford Foundation PASS Program
  • Assistant Professor, College of Education, Ohio University
  • International Student Services, University of Michigan, Saginaw State University, Purdue University Northwest
  • International Student Recruiter, University of Northern Iowa
  • Academic Director, ELS Language Services, Bowling Green, Ohio
  • 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, Bowling Green State University; University of Findlay
  • Middle and High School Teachers in Minnesota, California, Ohio, Texas, Arizona, Korea, 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 do MACIE graduates study? 

  • Ohio State University, Multicultural & Equity Studies in Education
  • University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • Indiana University-Bloomington, Comparative and International Education
  • University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Comparative and International Education
  • Utah State University, Sociology, and Biology
  • 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