Our graduates are attorneys, composers, marine biologists, entrepreneurs, teachers, organic farmers, artists, writers, social workers, doctors, veterinarians, molecular geneticists, professors, and public policy experts, among so many other things.
COA’s emphasis on field research, independent study, interdisciplinary thinking, and internships helps our graduates to become leaders and decision-makers wherever they go.
Within one year of graduation:
- 26% of COA alumni have gone on to graduate school,
- And 54% are working at a job in their field.
Within five years of graduation:
- More than 60% of COA alumni have gone on to pursue graduate studies.
100% of COA students complete a 450-hour internship
100% of COA students design and implement a capstone senior project
Center for International Environmental Law
Chicago Botanical Gardens
Edward Jones Financial Services
Fiddleheads Forest School
Museum of Science, Boston
National Park Service
Norman Rockwell Museum
Perkins and Will Architects
The Jackson Laboratory
The Nature Conservancy
United States Congress
Most frequently attended graduate schools include:
American University, Boston University, College of the Atlantic, Columbia University, Cornell University, Duke University, Harvard University, Northeaster University, University of California, University of Copenhagen, University of Maine, University of Southern Maine, Yale School of Forestry