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What can you do with a MARC degree?

What value do you bring as an English major? 

 

Why should you be an English major?

In Defense of the 'Impractical' English Major
by Carolyn Gregoire · Dec 6, 2017 Read More about In Defense of the 'Impractical' English Major
Study English Lit to acquire 'marketable' skills? That's a bad argument
by Rohan Maitzen · Oct 22, 2017 Read More about Study English Lit to acquire 'marketable' skills? That's a bad argument
The Economic Case for Saving the Humanities
by Christina H. Paxson · Aug 20, 2013 Read More about The Economic Case for Saving the Humanities
Shocker: Humanities Grads Gainfully Employed and Happy
by Scott Jaschik · Feb 7, 2018 Read More about Shocker: Humanities Grads Gainfully Employed and Happy

Are employers looking for English majors?

Why English Majors Are the Hot New Hires
by Bruna Martinuzzi · Jul 11, 2013 Read More about Why English Majors Are the Hot New Hires
Why I Hire English Majors
by Seve Strauss · Aug 23, 2013 Read More about Why I Hire English Majors

What kinds of careers are open to MARC graduates?

The MARC degree prepares students to pursue writing careers in business, industry, and nonprofits; teach writing in high school, community college, and university settings; develop and administer writing programs and writing centers; train teachers of writing; and enter doctoral programs in rhetoric and composition. 

Have Texas State MARC graduates gone on to successful writing careers?

Check out what some of our Alumni are doing now. 

Other career-related resources

  • We keep field-related job opportunities posted on our current opportunities page
  • We also provide helpful job seeking websites under additional resources
  • The Texas State University Career Services offers strategic career guidance and opportunities to connect with employers across the world