Outcomes

A degree in Humanistic Studies prepares you for a broad range of careers, including professional opportunities, graduate study, and long-term volunteering. Our graduates work in such fields as banking, business, education, government, journalism, law, and medicine.

Our humanistic studies graduates are freelance  writers, public relations directors, a Director of Public Safety, and data analysists at companies, institutions, and organizations like Teach for America, General Motors Corporation, Aetna, Inc., and the University of Wyoming.

Humanistic studies majors have pursued advanced degrees at Rutgers University, Smith College, and the University of Wisconsin.

The Career Crossings Office can provide you with more information about life after Saint Mary's along with the guidance and tools to help you reach your goals.