Michael chose Emmanuel because of its location in Boston and its proximity to the city's "big players," specifically its leading names in the financial industry.
Emmanuel is home to more than 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students from across the nation and around the world. Our students boundlessly pursue opportunities to expand their worldview through rigorous coursework, collaborations with distinguished and dedicated faculty, participation in a vibrant campus community, and countless internship and career opportunities throughout the Boston area and beyond. Emmanuel's more than 60 programs in the natural sciences, business and liberal arts foster spirited discourse and substantive learning experiences that honor the College's commitment to educate the whole person and provide a high-impact education.
Students in our "Business and Economics" Career Community learn to be socially responsible leaders, thinkers, and decision-makers who have a strong foundation in theory with an application to the real world and are guided by an engaged and accessible faculty who have a strong balance of theory and practice.
Students in the "Creative Arts, Design and Media" Career Community are dedicated to developing their potential to creatively communicate, influence and interact in society in a compelling and responsible way.
Students in Emmanuel's "Public Service, Law and International Relations" Career Community are involved in a range of issues and movements, such as human rights both at home and abroad, political reform, legal reform and public policy advocacy.
Whether they are majoring in Elementary or Secondary Education students in the "Education and Youth Development" Career Community focus on service to individuals and society at large.
Students in the "Science and Health" Career Community collaborate with faculty on real-life research and get a true sense of what it means to be scientists, and they develop skills and knowledge to promote general health and wellness.
Students in Social Sciences and Non-Proft
Students in the "Social Sciences and Non-Profit" Career Community pursue careers within social services, counseling, psychology, or non-profit fields.
The College offers more than 50 majors, minors and programs of study grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, real-world experiences and the belief that education is for life.