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Transfer Profile


What inspires you? Wherever you can imagine them—at the forefront, backstage, on the cutting edge—Emerson graduates are the people who enable and enhance our astonishingly interconnected world. 


Since its beginning in 1880, Emerson College has been a place for those unique students for whom thought and experience overlap: thinking is linked to doing. At Emerson you’ll discover your perspectives and put them to use. A rich liberal arts curriculum is paired with concentrated studies in all areas of communication and arts, giving you the perfect balance of knowledge and know-how.   

Location
Located in the heart of Boston’s Theatre District and across from the iconic Boston Common, Emerson’s campus stands at the crossroads of the city. With unparalleled access to internships, museums, hospitals, theatres, and countless cultural experiences, there is never a shortage of new experiences for students. From seeing a show at a historic theatre and catching a Red Sox game at Fenway Park to getting lost in the latest exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts and watching street performers in Harvard Square, the city remains at your doorstep, there for you when you need it most.

Beyond the Boston city limits, Emerson offers students the opportunity to spend a semester at their state-of-the-art Los Angeles Center on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California, or at Kasteel Well, the College’s medieval castle in Well, the Netherlands. Emerson offers study and internship programs in Los Angeles and Washington, DC; study abroad in the Netherlands, Valencia, Beijing, and Prague; and course cross-registration with the six-member Boston ProArts Consortium. 
 
Facilities 
Emerson offers students access to industry-leading facilities and equipment across all academic disciplines. The College is home to multiple theatres; a journalism production center with an integrated digital newsroom for aspiring journalists; the highly regarded Robbins Speech, Language, and Hearing Center; a state-of-the-art marketing suite and focus group room; WERS-FM, Boston’s oldest noncommercial radio station; Ploughshares, the award-winning literary journal for new writing; and much more. 
 
Admission
Transfer applicants should complete all parts of the Common Application or Emerson Application along with the Emerson-specific questions and writing supplement. In addition to the application, students are required to submit college and high school transcripts, one letter of recommendation, and in some cases, standardized test scores.
Additional application credentials are required for transfer and interna
tional students depending on their intended area of study. For specific details on applying to Emerson as a transfer student, please visit emerson.edu/ug-admission.
 
Scholarships
Attending college is an investment. At Emerson we are committed to helping you explore ways to finance your education and to providing resources to best prepare you for your career. The College offers two transfer-specific merit-based scholarships: the Next Step Scholarship, in partnership with 10 select community colleges around the country, and the Phi Theta Kappa scholarship, in partnership with the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. 

 



AT A GLANCE

Undergraduate Programs
Communication Disorders (BS)
Communication Studies (BS)
- Communication Studies
- Political Communication
- Sports Communication

Journalism (BS)
Marketing Communication (BS)
Performing Arts (BFA)
- Musical Theatre
- Stage and Production
  Management
- Theatre
- Theatre and Performance
- Theatre Design/Technology
- Theatre Education
- Theatre Education and
  Performance
- Stage and Screen Design/
  Technology

Visual and Media Arts
(BA and BFA)
- Media Arts Production
specializations include:
• animation and motion media
• film and video production
• interactive media and games
• photography
• sound design and audio post-production
• studio television and live events
• writing for film and television
- Media Studies
 
Writing, Literature, and Publishing (BA and BFA)
- Creative Writing
- Writing, Literature, and Publishing

Emerson College At A Glance
Founded: 1880 by Charles Wesley Emerson 
Degrees: BA, BFA, BS, MA, MFA, MS 
Student Body: 3,790 undergraduate and 682 graduate students from 50 states and 57 countries  
Transfer Admission: Competitive—each year approximately
750 applications received for a transfer class of 180 
Student-Faculty Ratio: 13:1 
Expenses 2016–2017: Tuition: $42,144; room and board: $16,320; fees: $764  
Application Deadlines: January admission:
November 1; Fall admission: March 15 
Application Fee: $65



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