Career Preparation

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What you’ll learn as a College of Humanities and Social Sciences student

As a College of Humanities and Social Sciences student, you will develop the ability to think critically, solve problems creatively, learn effectively, and express yourself clearly. You will understand ideas and issues in context. And your deeper understanding of the human experience means you will be well-qualified to pursue meaningful work, making a difference in the lives others and contributing to your community.

 

What to do outside of the classroom to achieve your career goals

The College also recognizes the importance of helping you understand the important knowledge and skills you're developing along the way, so that you can capitalize on your strengths in the marketplace, graduate school, and throughout your life.

To help you connect what you are learning in the classroom to your career goals, take advantage of the career preparation activities CHSS provides.

How your College of Humanities and Social Science degree connects to your career goals

With a degree in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, you’ll find a wide array of career opportunities available to you, including work in public service, STEAM, and business. More importantly, in a rapidly evolving job market, you will be prepared to lead the way in careers and industries that have not yet been created. You will also develop subject expertise your specific area of study.

Find your major below to see how your degree will prepare you for a career of your choice.

Anthropology

Art History

Communication

Criminology, Law and Society

Economics

English

Foreign Languages

Global Affairs

History

Philosophy

Psychology

Religious Studies

Sociology