Careers

Liberal Arts Degree Career Opportunities

The Bureau of Labor Statistics says that the average American will change jobs 10 times before the age of 40, and will pursue at least three different career paths, which requires a broad, generalized education. When you complete your Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, you will have what you need to begin a rewarding career in which a breadth of knowledge is a must. Liberal arts programs prepare graduates for a wide variety of jobs in business, communications, the arts, education, health care, and legal professions, and in social and public service occupations. A degree in Liberal Arts could be your key to any of these occupations:

  • Banking
  • Hotel Management
  • Writer, Reporter, or Editor
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Recreation Worker
  • Public Relations Specialist
  • Executive
  • Marketing and Survey Researcher
  • Political Activist