What Can I Do with an HRS degree?

Rembrandt's The Reader

Our most motivated students find professional positions directly related to the subject matter of the Humanities and Religious Studies, which usually involved teaching at the high school or college level, or managing related library collections.

Others find that the analytical, research, writing, and organizational skills they acquire in our program make them highly competitive candidates for graduate programs in other disciplines. Many of our graduates thereby enjoy satisfying careers in counseling, law, business, the health professions, mediation, the arts or teaching topics related to Humanities & Religious Studies.