Explore Careers

The study of Humanities cultivates some of the most highly valued job skills in today's workplace, such as creativity, persuasion, collaboration, adaptability, and emotional intelligence. While many Humanities majors pursue careers in creative or education-related fields, the humanities have also become increasingly important in tech, finance, and other industries where philosophical and ethics-based skills have become increasingly critical for growth and development.

Our graduates have landed jobs as:

  • Arts industry managers
  • Arts industry producers
  • Journalist and writers
  • Digital media coordinators
  • Event producers
  • Product developers
  • Lawyers
  • Media and content managers
  • Teachers
  • Business professionals

Why study Humanities? 

Read about examples of career paths and actual alumni jobs.

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