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bullet Rowan hosts Attracting Women into Engineering for middle school girls | More

bullet N.J. program aims to turn work experience into a degree | More

bullet Passionate about education: Intensive RUTA program introduces high school students to urban teaching | More

bullet OPINION: The goal is inclusion, and good sportsmanship | More

bullet Rowan Researcher Awarded $2.8 Million to Examine Ways to Mitigate the Effects of Disasters on Older People | More

The Compass: The Newsletter of the College of Humanities & Social Sciences
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Career Preparation


What You Can Do with a History Degree

CEO
Diplomat
Politician
Lawyer
Archivist
Curator
Teacher
Public Historian
Broadcaster
Professor
Filmmaker
Librarian
Journalist
Etc.

     History graduates probably have greater flexibility in their degree than many other college graduates. Traditionally, many students bound for law schools have chosen history as their major. The law, after all, cannot be understood outside of the cultural context, which produces it, and no discipline offers a more comprehensive view of man and society than does history.

Internship in History

Career Management Center (formerly CAP Center)

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Career Magazine

H-Net Job Listings

Articles on the Importance of History/Humanities