Master's programs in security studies, a field that covers threats to national security like terrorism, weapons proliferation and international crime, train students for agency jobs and other employment.
Georgetown’s Nurse-Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner program, the only nurse-midwife program based in the D.C. area, transitioned three years ago to online classes.
All the roads we bike or drive on, the paths we skate or jog on, the benches we sit on while waiting for a bus or Metro — Bridget Obikoya helps keep them working.
Understanding the global hospitality and tourism marketplace is a must for any job in the field. D.C.-area master’s programs offer an array of experiences in the industry to help students build solid résumés.
DC Brau's head brewer Jeff Hancock sure showed a lot of can-do attitude in building his brewing career from scratch.
By Liz Essley Whyte |
While most international development programs aim to help students change the world, the one at Gallaudet University has set out to transform the development industry itself.
By Ambreen Ali |
A self-described “creative-project-doer,” designer Torie Partridge, 29, makes local businesses her business. She's the founder of Cherry Blossom Creative, a design studio.
By Lea Radick |
Several graduate school programs in the D.C. area are offering a more unconventional route to making a difference by focusing on specific areas within the realm of political science and policy.
By Ambreen Ali |
Shakespeare Theatre Co.'s Randall Exton’s job is to make the dreams of costume designers a reality.
Grad schools are catering to entrepreneurs-in-training — through classes, internships and mentorships meant to give students an edge when starting a business.