What can you do with an Erikson education?
The opportunities are virtually unlimited. Our graduates are leading and making an impact in a wide range of disciplines and settings. Erikson graduates work wherever young children and families are.
- Social work
- Early childhood education
- Early intervention
- Infant mental health
- Child and family therapy
- Hospitals & therapeutic settings
- Child care programs
- Public and private schools
- Children’s museums
- Private practice
- Social service agencies
See how our alumni have put their Erikson education to work.
Meet some of our alumni and see how they’re using their Erikson experience to make an impact in the lives of children and families, and in the field of early childhood.
Alumni agree that “Erikson was worth the investment,” and “Erikson had a huge impact on my career.”
Of the 72 master’s degree students who graduated in 2013, 92% of those seeking employment (49 of 53) were working in the field six months following graduation.
Most of the remaining graduates were pursuing additional degrees. Four were not seeking employment. Four did not respond to our request for information or were not employed in the field.
|2013 graduates||Working in the field||Continuing education||Not seeking employment||Unknown/ Not in field|
|M.S. in Child Development||38||31||1||2||4|
|M.S. in Early Childhood Education||15||13||0||2||0|
|M.S. in Early Childhood Education
|Accurate as of February 2014.
* 2013 graduates with M.S. from Erikson, still pursuing M.S.W. from Loyola.
Update on 2012 graduates: Of the 23 child development graduates who continued in Loyola’s M.S.W. program, 20 graduated with the M.S.W. Eighteen are employed within six months of completing the M.S.W. Two are continuing in school.
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