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Where Do Our Majors Find Careers


Humanities Majors

 Arts Majors

Sankey chart showing all the career paths for Humanities majorsSankey chart showing all the career paths for Arts majors

Our graduates have a proven record of accomplishment in all employment sectors from journalism to government, business to the arts, publishing to law, and sports to education.

Find out where College of Arts and Humanities graduates go on to do once they leave the University. The following 15 industries represent where our graduate have found successful careers as reflected by our most recent data. This includes College alumni with both undergraduate and graduate degrees.

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Art + Design
Ceramics, Drawing, Graphic Design, Jewelry, Painting, Sculpture

Asian Studies
Asian Studies

Advertising, Communication Studies, Digital Journalism: Broadcast Journalism, Digital Journalism: Journalistic Writing and Reporting, Public Relations, Film, Organizational Communication, Non-profit Organizational Management

Creative Writing, Language and Literature, Languages Arts Teaching, Linguistics, Professional Writing, Technical Writing

History, History/Social Studies Teaching

Composition, Music Education: Broad Area,
Music Education: Choral, Instrumental,  Performance, Keyboard Music Performance: Percussion, Wind, String, Vocal 

Philosophy/Religious Studies
Ethics, Philosophy, Religious Studies

Theatre Arts
Design and Production, Musical Theatre, Performance, Theatre Education K-12, Theatre Studies

World Languages and Cultures
American Sign Language, Chinese, French, German, Global Cultural Training, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, Spanish Translation and interpretation 


Artist, Freelance Artist, Graphic Design, Photographer, Sculptor 

Banking and Insurance
Adjustor, Agency Process Associate, Branch Manager, Claims Associate, Insurance Agent, Loan Officer, Personal Financial Representative

Business Entrepreneur
CEO, Entrepreneur, Small Business Owner

Business Management
Account Manager, Business Analyst, Business Development Manager, Data Management Specialist, Marketing Director, Marketing Consultant, HR Associate, Recruiting & HR Manager

Imagineer, Musician, Performer, Piano Teacher, Producer,  Stage Operations Supervisor, Stage Technician

City Administrator, Civil Servant, County Clerk, Legislator, State Government

Higher Education
Academic Advisor, Administrator, Professor

Journalism and Broadcasting
Editor, Engineering Crew Chief, Journalist, News Anchor, Producer/Director, Publisher, TV News Reporter, Sports and Recreation Reporter, Video Editor & Screen Writer, Videographer


K-12 Education
Counselor, Librarian, Principal, Teacher

Attorney, Deputy County Attorney, Legal Assistant, Public Defender

Biotechnician, Case Manager, Paramedic, Physician Relations Liaison, Lab Technician, Medical Transcription, Radiologist, Therapist

2nd Lieutenant, Civil Affairs Team Leader, Logistics Officer, Platoon Leader, Supply and Services Officer

Associate Pastor, Minister, Missionary, Office Manager, Youth Pastor, Vicar

Sales and Services
Assistant Chef, Customer Service Representative, Floral Designer, International Flight Attendant,  Landscaper & Gardener, Office Manager, Real Estate Broker, Sr. Sales Director, Server

Fraud Analyst, Game Designer, Information Architect, Information Security Analyst, IT Project Coordinator, Senior Network Process and Quality Manager, Software Engineer, Web Development






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