Liberal Studies Program

Career Options

What Can I Do with a Degree in Liberal Studies?

This question has as many answers as the program has graduates. Since our first graduate earned her B.A. degree and entered medical school in 1990, dozens of her successors have found stimulating and satisfying lives in an amazing variety of careers such as these:

  • Administrative staff in area colleges and universities
  • Banking
  • Consulting for personnel management and training
  • Counseling in non-profit agency
  • Drama directing
  • Education advocacy for senior citizens
  • Electric guitar design and repair
  • Financial consulting
  • Foreign service for charitable agency
  • Free-lance writing
  • Government staff for U.S. Veterans Administration
  • Graduate student in Secondary Education/Sociology
  • Grantwriting
  • Health-care administration
  • Independent contracting
  • International business
  • Interpreting for the deaf (American Sign Language)
  • Inventing
  • Landscape design
  • Law enforcement
  • Law school
  • Manufacturing
  • Massotherapy
  • Medicine: M.D., R.N., P.A., O.T., P.T.
  • Professional story-telling
  • Stockbroker
  • Teaching belly dancing
  • Teaching in parochial school
  • Technical writing
  • Website design

. . . and more. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.

See also:
Careers of some current majors and recent graduates
Academic concentrations within the major
CSU Career Development & Exploration
Some Career Guides/Publications

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