Post Baccalaureate Goals
University Scholars students receive an outstanding education that can position them for success in any field. In lieu of traditional major requirements, UNSC students work with advisors and mentors in their chosen fields to craft an individualized degree plan and optimize their academic experience. This focused, discipline-specific study, known as a concentration, ensures the same level of preparation available in a traditional major. UNSC graduates are uniquely prepared for graduate school, medical school, law school, and careers across the spectrum.
Where have University Scholars gone recently?
In addition to embarking upon a wide range of careers, UNSC graduates have attended the following graduate, medical, and law schools recently.
- Graduate school: Columbia University (International Affairs), Durham University (Museum and Artifact Studies), Georgetown (American Government), UT School of Public Health (Public Health), Texas A&M (International Affairs), Tulane (Epidemiology), Baylor (Communication), University of Florida (Forensic Medicine), Yale Divinity (Religion)
- Medical school: University of Washington School of Medicine, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Baylor School of Medicine, Southern Illinois University, Texas Tech Health Science Center, Long School of Medicine in San Antonio, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine at TTUHSC in El Paso.
- Law school: Notre Dame, Washington and Lee Law, SMU Dedman School of Law
Recent UNSC Major Award Winners:
- Rahul Dadwani (BA ’17), a University Scholar now in graduate school at the University of Chicago, earned a Fulbright Study/Research Award to the University of York in England.
- Kyle Desrosiers (BA ’20), a University Scholar from Arlington, earned a Fulbright Study/Research Award to pursue a masters
- Cat Haseman (BA ’19) (pictured above left), a University Scholar graduate and prior Fulbright winner, will use her Pickering Graduate Fellowship to pursue a degree in Arab studies at Georgetown.
- Annie Huntington, a senior University Scholar from Alpharetta, Ga., earned a Freeman-Asia Scholarship that will provide language study in Thailand and the opportunity to continue her sustainability research at the International Sustainable Development Studies Institute.
- Micheal Munson (BA ’20) (pictured above center), a University Scholar from San Jose, Calif., and past Goldwater winner, earned a Fulbright Study/Research Award to the University of Liverpool.
- Lawson Sadler (BA ’20), a University Scholar from San Antonio, will utilize her Marshall Scholarship to study comparative U.S.-U.K. immigration policy at the University of Sussex in England.
- Maren Brady Fulbright English Teaching Assistant, 20201