Elon’s graduate programs offer stimulating intellectual communities built on close interaction with faculty, academic engagement with peers and a university environment fully committed to inquiry and research. The seven graduate programs and their respective schools have received national accreditation and are recognized as academically rigorous programs at an affordable cost.
In a ceremony attended by some of North Carolina’s legal elite, Carrie Vickery L’09 took her oath of office Thursday to serve Forsyth County as a District Court judge, making her to first alum to ascend to the bench since Elon Law first opened a decade ago.
Elon’s School of Health Sciences welcomed two new classes of graduate students to the university community this week.
The Princeton Review gives top marks to the MBA program of Elon's Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
Chelle Jeffery, a Greensboro-based physician assistant, discussed the benefits of advanced practice providers, highly trained clinicians who work in all specialties of health care.
Congratulations to Amber Race, Elon PA-S 2 who received a scholarship from the North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants (NCAPA).
The Elon University School of Law's new approach to legal education earned praise in U.S. News & World Report’s "Best Graduate Schools 2017" guidebook.