Graduate Programs & Job Placement

Gutenberg College graduates have been admitted to some of the finest master’s and doctoral programs, including international programs. Gutenberg students pursuing advanced degrees have been accepted into graduate programs at the following schools:

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Boston University
Boston University School of Law
Brandeis University
Chapman University
Chapman University School of Law
Durham University (UK)
Emory University School of Law
Hawthorne University School of Nutrition
Hebrew University
Johns Hopkins University
Lewis and Clark Law School
Liberty University School of Law
LIOS Graduate College of Saybrook University
Loyola Law School
Marquette University
Middlebury College
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Northwest Christian University
Parsons School of Design
Regent College
Rosemont College
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University
Santa Clara University School of Law
Saybrook University
Sewanee: The University of the South
Southwest Baptist University
St. John’s College, Santa Fe
St. John’s College, Annapolis
St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary
Syracuse University
Temple University
The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology
Toronto School of Theology
University of Arizona
University of California at Davis School of Law
University of California Hastings College of the Law
University of California at Los Angeles School of Law
University of Dallas, Braniff Graduate School
University of Illinois at Chicago
University of Maryland
University of Puget Sound, Occupational Therapy Program
University of Oregon School of Law
University of Salzburg, Austria
University of San Diego School of Law
University of San Francisco School of Law
University of Toronto
University of Washington
Western Governors University
Western Michigan University
Western Seminary
William and Mary Law School
Willamette University College of Law
World Journalism Institute

For students who choose not to go on to graduate school, Gutenberg provides career advising periodically.

A Gutenberg education is not designed to prepare students for a particular career, but rather to cultivate their thinking and communication skills. Thus, while the occupational pursuits of Gutenberg graduates are as varied as the students who attend, their education helps them to be thoughtful and creative in those pursuits. Career counseling highlights these strengths and provides students with assistance in preparing for the work environment.