The Marian University Blog

  • Our top five careers for political science majors
    December 3, 2018

    Marian’s Bachelor of Arts in Political Science gives you deep insight and understanding about today’s most pressing political issues. It prepares you for careers requiring good qualitative and quantitative analytical skills, sound critical-thinking skills, exceptional written and verbal communication skills, and strong teamwork and collaboration skills.

  • Ten Careers You Can Pursue with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology
    November 22, 2018

    Marian's Department of Psychological Science and Counseling will prepare you for a range of careers. Experiential teaching methods, hands-on learning opportunities, and internship experiences are built into our curriculum.

  • Hard work pays off for future nurse
    November 19, 2018

    Leslie Young goes all in with her online studies in Marian's Health and Human Services bachelor's degree program to prepare for Marian's accelerated nursing program.

  • Adult student studies abroad
    October 23, 2018

    Tiffany Wallace, a student in Marian's Adult Programs, takes advantage of study abroad opportunities: Gains insights on international business, expands worldview, and earns college credit.

  • Marian's Program in Exercise and Sports Science prepares you for careers in healthcare
    September 26, 2018

    Housed in Marian University’s health professions unit, our Program in Exercise and Sports Science (ESS) is uniquely related to human health, wellness, and preventative medicine

  • Downsizing and decluttering at home, work, and school
    September 26, 2018

    Downsizing at home and the office encourages productivity and reduces stress. How can students apply these same lessons in the pursuit of their degrees?

  • Fun Things to do in Indianapolis
    September 20, 2018

    We love it here and it’s easy to see why our students do too. As a Marian Knight, you’ll have full access to our wooded, historic campus and and all of the usual amenities you expect at a top private university

  • MAP student makes impact at local non-profit
    September 10, 2018

    Joey Baertschi turned his degrees in Paralegal Studies and Business Administration into a new career and service to the community.

  • Why apply credits from your associate's degree toward a bachelor's degree?
    August 21, 2018

    You’ve wrapped up two years at your community college, and next steps are approaching quickly. Once you’ve earned your associate’s degree (congratulations, by the way), it’s time to consider if your future entails transferring to a four-year university.

  • How online courses appeal to different learning styles
    August 20, 2018

    Online courses can appeal to students from all different learning types. Find out what kind of learning style you have.

  • What can you do with a social work degree besides social work?
    August 14, 2018

    If you’re passionate about improving the quality of life for people of all ages and advocating for social justice causes, social work may be your calling. A broad degree with a variety of applications, Marian University’s social work program trains students to think critically and solve problems. Through the program’s coursework, you’ll learn communication, leadership, and research skills to make you career-ready following graduation.

  • 7 study tips to help you through med school
    August 13, 2018

    Samantha Collins, Second-Year Osteopathic Medical School Student, shares 7 study tips to help you get through medical school.

  • Six careers in chemistry that may (or may not) surprise you
    August 7, 2018

    While some students dream of making the next breakthrough as a world-class scientist, not all chemistry aficionados don white coats and safety goggles for a living. Luckily, in the field of chemistry, a career can look vastly different, depending on where your specific passion takes you. The Royal Society of Chemistry reports that only a third of chemistry program graduates will actually work inside a laboratory.

  • The best ways to use your Finance degree
    June 27, 2018

    You’re done with your final exam, finished the graduation pomp and circumstance, and celebrated with friends. Now how do you make all the hard work you put into obtaining your finance degree pay off?

  • Four cutting-edge careers for English majors
    June 21, 2018

    In today's digital economy, an English degree from Marian University will provide you with a range of career options. Here are four.

  • Seven reasons Marian is the best University for you
    June 20, 2018

    Marian University has become one of the best universities in Indiana. So how do you know if Marian is right for you? Here are 7 reasons worth considering.

  • A New Balance: Baby. Work. School.
    June 12, 2018

    Melanie Martz, Online Instructional Designer and Academic Support Specialist at Marian University, tries to balance working full-time and taking graduate level courses with a new baby at home.

  • Finding success through failure in medical school
    May 22, 2018

    Second year OMS student, Samantha McDonald, provides insights into the challenges of medical school by sharing her struggles and successes.

  • Men of Honor: New partner for Marian's online programs
    May 14, 2018

    Students of Marian's online programs gain real-world experience while supporting Men of Honor in their efforts to help felons successfully re-enter society.

  • Nursing career opportunities for BSN graduates
    April 23, 2018

Studying healthcare in Chile
Pre-med student builds cultural competencies and awareness.
Watch Htoo's story
Interning at Delta Faucet
Marketing experience gives insight into corporate America.
Watch Dominic's story
Coming home to Indy
Award-winning transfer student is glad she made the switch.
Read Rachel's story

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