Careers: What Can I do with my studies? 

Careers in Fine and Applied Arts

Careers in Fine and Applied Arts include opportunities to work in industry, as entrepreneurs, or to work in for-profit and not-for-profit sectors. Whether your interest is in broadcasting, film, music business or performance, sound production, technical theatre or acting, graphic design or fine arts, courses in the arts and communication can prepare you for jobs organizing, managing, promoting, producing, directing, teaching, or using creative and technical skills. All are skills highly valued by employers. Whether you are seeking a career in a specific industry or hoping to open your own studio, Fine and Applied Arts classes provide an excellent start to your future professional, academic, and personal goals.

Careers in Social Sciences

Whether you are looking for a job right out of college, or are planning to continue your education, Social Sciences courses are the perfect preparation. Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics to learn more about the job outlook and potential income for careers in the Social Sciences. Do you want to work in the public sector, such as education, communication, law enforcement, social work, public administration, or even the park service? Or maybe you want to go into the private sector and work in banking, law, public relations, business, or marketing? On the other hand, you could decide to further your education and become a psychologist, an archeologist working on a dig, or maybe even a lawyer or professor. Whatever your goals are, there is no better place to start than with a degree in the Social Sciences.

Having trouble deciding on a career 

Parkland's Career Services can help you with that.