After hiking the Appalachian Trail, Ted Randich ’16, M.A. ’17, made an important decision.
He enrolled in Clark’s Accelerated B.A./Master’s Degree Program in Community Development and Planning, with the fifth year tuition-free. Randich’s experiences on the Trail had reaffirmed his interest in land conservation, and he knew Clark’s program would support his goal of making a career in that field. Now he’s working with the Little Forks Conservancy in Midland, Michigan.
The fact that I could get a master’s degree for free made the decision pretty easy. I’d be paying tens of thousands of dollars somewhere else for the same degree.