A Bachelor of Arts in History equips you with the communications and critical thinking skills necessary to launch a career in areas such as politics, publishing, public relations, or public administration. An undergraduate degree in History is also excellent preparation for further studies in law, archival science, or education. It is a prerequisite to teaching in elementary and secondary schools, and working in museums, or in the field of archival and heritage preservation. It can lead to a career as a university or college professor, or as a researcher for various public and private agencies.
Below is a sample of jobs that may be relevant to this degree. Note that this is not an exhaustive list and some occupations require further education and experience.
- Historical Interpreter
- Coordinator of Public Affairs
- Customer Care Representative
- Student Exhibition Coordinator
- Coordinator for Volunteerism & Diversity
- Museum Curator
- Historical Researcher
- Gallery Attendant
- Archival Research Assistant
- Collection and Information Assistant