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Goucher College Makes Graduate School Easier with Online Programs

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Learn where you want, when you want with Goucher’s flexible online programs. Get the same quality education, mentorship, and guidance from nationally recognized professors, and support from our staff, as you would in traditional programs. Designed for the working professional, Goucher’s online programs don’t require you to quit your current job, relocate, or even find childcare while in class.

Goucher College Offers New Nonfiction Residency in New York City

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Usually hosted on Goucher’s campus, this January’s residency for students in the M.F.A. in Nonfiction Program will be held in New York City for the first time in the program’s history. The New York City location will allow expanded offerings to students as well as exposure to a broader network of industry leaders.

Benefits of a Low-Residency Graduate Program

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Goucher College’s low-residency graduate programs offer the best of both worlds—the freedom of an online program and the same personal interactions and networking opportunities found in traditional in-person programs. With the flexibility of our curriculum, you can customize your education and study alongside our nationally acclaimed faculty, getting the guidance and industry insight you need for success. Learn more about Goucher’s Low-Residency Programs.

Johns Hopkins Science Writing Program Returns, In Modified Form

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While creative writing MFA programs are on the rise, master’s-level science writing programs have been facing elimination across the country–including at Johns Hopkins, which cancelled its one-year MA in science writing in 2013. But administrations change, priorities shift, and changes are made… and luckily for aspiring science writers out there, the Hopkins science writing program is back in a new form.

Johns Hopkins Medical School Rises in the Rankings

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Johns Hopkins Medical School rises in the rankings

Last year was a bad one for everyone’s favorite local behemoth, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Long touted as one of the nation’s top medical programs, Hopkins slipped to third place — third place! — in the U.S. News & World Report‘s rankings. How embarrassing!

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