Earlham College - Master's Degree
Earlham College’s history is closely connected with in the Great Migration of Quakers from the eastern United States in the early nineteenth century. The College was originally only open to friends, but in 1865 the school saw a gradual change, accepting non-Quaker students, and even hiring non-Quaker staff. In 1859 the school became Earlham College in honor of the eminent English Quaker minister Joseph John Gurney.
Over the years more changes were introduced such as art and music, which was originally forbidden by Quaker beliefs, was included in the curriculum; and intercollegiate athletics were introduced as well. Today, about 11% of Earlham's faculty and 12% of its students identify as Quakers; the student body comprises of approximately 1,200 undergraduate students from all over the US and 80 other countries.
- Minimum GPA 3.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 92
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50