The opportunities for gainful employment or graduate education are virtually unlimited. A significant number of graduates each year pursue an M.B.A. and other advanced degrees at such institutions as Duke University, University of Virginia, University of Pennsylvania, University of Maryland, University of Richmond, Indiana University, Tulane University, Wake Forest University, and The College of William and Mary.
Requirements for admission to most graduate programs include following a prescribed course of study while earning a bachelor's degree from Randolph-Macon. Rather than continue on into graduate school, many of our graduates choose to enter the business world immediately upon receiving their degrees. Career fields open to graduates include banking, retail and sales, law, public and private accounting, foreign service, stock brokerage, real estate, insurance, manufacturing and international finance, to name just a few. Randolph-Macon graduates who have included computer science courses in their academic programs are in a particularly advantageous position in today's job market.
Bruce Boykin, Broker, Scott & Stringfellow, Richmond, Virginia.
Brian Froelich, M.B.A. Graduate Student, Seton Hall University.
Dana Goff, Sales Representative, Georgia Pacific, Atlanta, Georgia.
Herbert H. Jones, Graduate of the Law School, The College of William and Mary, currently an attorney in Richmond, VA.
Jerry Lebo, Ph.D in Economics, Georgetown University.
Mary Beth Puccinelli, Auditor, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia.
Joseph Sedgwick, Economic Researcher, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia.
Timothy Skeens, Auditor, Internal Revenue Service, Richmond, Virginia
Ward Thomas, Director of Research and Analysis, Response Marketing Group, Richmond, Virginia.
Joanna Webb, Management Program, Circuit City Companies, Richmond, Virginia. Last updated 4/10/2014