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African Studies

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the national, regional and global forces that connect the diverse peoples of Africa
  • Identify and explain many of the historical, political, economic, cultural, social and racialized dynamics that have shaped the lives of African peoples
  • Discuss some of the literatures, films, music or other cultural productions that have emerged from Africa with diverse audiences verbally and in written form
  • Evaluate the processes and consequences of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, European colonialism, and neo-liberal policies on African societies, cultures, politics, and economies
  • Critically assess films, novels, art and the media’s portrayal and interpretation of issues concerning Africa
  • Produce a publishable analysis of the cultural and social lives of different African peoples for general audiences
  • Assess and understand personal worldviews regarding different cultures and identify biases in historical, political, legal, cultural and socio-economic global contexts
  • Communications
  • Public Relations and Marketing
  • International Affairs
  • Activism
  • Program Development and Management
  • Program Evaluation
  • Fundraising
  • Government Relations
  • Teaching
  • Writing and Editing
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Consulting
  • Event Management
  • Public Policy Development and Analysis
  • Risk Management

  • Program Coordinator
  • Programs and Partnerships Associate
  • Project Consultation
  • Marketing Officer
  • Event Manager
  • Administrative Officer
  • Product Development Coordinator
  • Program Assistant
  • Information Officer
  • Community Organizer
  • Account Manager
  • Policy Analyst
  • Program Officer
  • Leadership Facilitator
  • Communications Assistant
  • Public Engagement Officer
  • Program Manager
  • Non-Profit Founder and President
  • Sale and Business Developer
  • International Development Officer
  • Marketing Officer in Non-Profit
  • Information Officer in Federal Government
  • Account Manager in Federal Government
  • Leadership Facilitator in Non-Profit
  • Sales and Business Developer in Telecommunications
  • Communications Assistant in Federal Government
  • Non-Profit Foundation President
  • Correspondent and Contributor to International Affairs Website
  • Executive Assistant in Oil and Gas Asset Management
Anthropology

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Skills in social research – both qualitative and quantitative methods; interviewing; cultural sensitivity; working cooperatively with others; understanding group dynamics
  • Skills in effective data collection; organizing and evaluating research results
  • Ability to write reports, papers and grant proposals
  • Writing articulately and analytically
  • Aptitude for scientific problem solving; using statistics and computer science to analyze data
  • Knowledge of the biological, ecological and cultural factors that influence human behaviour; ability to analyze the root causes of social problems
  • Archives
  • Banks
  • Consulting Firms
  • Museums and Art Galleries
  • Government Departments
  • Parks and Historic Sites
  • Refugee/Immigrant Organizations
  • Health-Care Agencies
  • Historic Preservation Offices
  • Hospitals
  • International Development Agencies
  • International Agencies
  • Ethnic and Cultural Organizations
  • Environmental Agencies

  • Business/Market Research Firms
  • Universities and Colleges
  • Foreign Service Organizations
  • Law Offices
  • Libraries
  • Medical Centers
  • Migrant Worker Advocacy Agencies
  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Social Service Organizations
  • Publishers
  • Pharmaceutical Firms
  • Research Laboratories
  • Zoos
  • Multicultural Education Specialist / Director
  • Advocate
  • Health Science Administrator
  • Physician
  • Social Worker
  • Family Service Counsellor
  • Job Counsellor
  • Public Health Educator
  • Transplant Registry Database Manager
  • Genetic Counsellor
  • Medical Anthropologist
  • Social Service Agency Planner
  • Academic Advisor / Counsellor
  • Collections Manager
  • Foundation Program Manager
  • Museum Curator / Technician
  • *Anthropologist
  • College Professor
  • Genealogist
  • Museum Education Director
  • Archaeologist
  • Computer Simulation Model Designer
  • Librarian
  • Paleontologist
  • Archivist
  • Contract Archaeologist
  • Linguist
  • Scientific Linguist
  • Art Conservator
  • Ethnologist
  • Marketing Researcher
  • Social Science Analyst
  • Behavioral Science Advisor
  • Field Archaeologist
  • Media Planner
  • Teacher, Elementary / Secondary
  • Bilingual / Bicultural Program Specialist
  • Forensic Anthropologist
  • Multicultural Education Specialist / Director
  • Teacher of English as a Second Language (ESL)
  • Vocational Teacher
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs Researcher
  • Cultural Artifact Specialist
  • Immigration Inspector
 

  • Peace Corps Volunteer
  • Community Development Officer
  • Cultural Resource Manager
  • International Agency Representative
  • Probation Officer
  • Community Planner
  • Foreign Affairs Officer
  • National / State Park Interpreter
  • Rural Development Officer
  • Congressional Committee Staff Director
  • Friend of the Court Caseworker
  • Park Service Supervisor / Director
  • Social Insurance Representative
  • Coroner / Medical Examiner
  • Head Start Program Director
  • Peace Corps Area Director
  • State / Federal Government Policy Analyst
  • Urban Planner
  • Actuary
  • Environmental Impact Assessment Researcher
  • Loan Officer / Bank Officer Staff Training Specialist
  • Advertiser
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Management Consultant
  • Technical Writer
  • Biographer
  • Industrial Psychologist
  • Management Consultant
  • Tour Guide
  • Corporate Communications Consultant
  • Insurance Claims Adjuster
  • Marketing Manager
  • Travel Agent / Guide
  • Employee Relations Specialist
  • International Visitor Escort / Consultant
  • Media Specialist
  • Travel Consultant
  • Employment Recruiter
  • Journalist
  • Vocational Teacher
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs Researcher
  • Personnel Management Specialist
  • Union Legal Counsel
Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Research, analyze, and develop solutions to real-world problems relating to language
  • Produce written texts and oral presentations that incorporate awareness of communication strategies, audience, purpose, and context
  • Develop awareness of different approaches to language teaching
  • Develop deep understanding of how second and/or additional languages are acquired
  • Collect, organize, and analyze discourse (written, spoken, visual) from a range of sources
  • Use analytical frameworks and software to uncover lexical characteristics contained in naturally-occurring language
  • Understand how language can and has been used to establish, undermine, influence, and maintain power relationships in society
  • Identify, describe, and clarify common misconceptions related to stigmatized language forms and/or varieties
  • Compare and evaluate the effectiveness of research methodologies and theoretical frameworks through analysis of language data
  • Clearly and concisely articulate differences between our own instinctive knowledge of the rules of language and how language functions in society
  • Adult Education
  • Writing and Editing
  • Grant Writing Consultant
  • Curriculum Developer
  • Communications Officer
  • Corporate Training
  • Language Assessment
  • Language Teacher
  • Freelance Writer
  • English as a Second Language Teacher
  • Global Affairs
  • Program Support
  • Interpreter
  • Translation
  • Learning Facilitator
  • TESL Instructor Trainer
  • Government Administration
  • Program Officer
  • Communications Disorder Assistant
  • Language Disorders Support
 

  • Settlement Specialist
  • Transcription Specialist
  • Education Policy Development
  • Language Policy Development
  • Career Counselor
  • Non-Profit Manager
  • Deaf Studies Researcher
  • Baby Sign Language Instructor
  • Translation Project Manager
  • Technical Writer
  • Policy Analyst
  • Indigenous Languages Advocacy
  • Language documentation
  • Information Management
  • Competitive Intelligence Analyst
  • Education Technology Specialist
  • Conference and Communications Coordinator
  • Foreign Language Communications Analyst
  • Instructional Designer
  • Sign Language Instructor in Post-Secondary Institution
  • Baby Sign Language Instructor in Small Business
  • Client Advisor in Banking
  • Project Assistant in Post-Secondary Institution
  • Research Assistant in Post-Secondary Institution
  • Assistant Language Teacher in ESL Language Training
  • Political Affairs and Protocol Officer in Embassy
  • Program Officer in Federal Government
  • Director of Communications in Banking
  • Communication Access Realtime Transcription Coordinator in Non-Profit
  • ESL/ASL Instructor for Deaf in School Board
  • Senior Learning Facilitator in Telecommunications Industry
  • TESL Instructor in Private Language School
  • Logistics and Translation Consultant in International Business
  • PeopleSoft Analyst in Federal Government
Canadian Studies

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • An understanding of Canadian history and cultural diversity; the ability to place contemporary issues in context and to understand the relationship between historical and current events
  • Critical thinking
  • Verbal and written communication; ability to write logical and well-reasoned reports
  • Research skills; data collection; process and synthesize vast amounts of data and apply where relevant
  • Problem solving skills; approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem; decision making skills
  • Art
  • Public Affairs
  • Communications
  • Economics
  • Political/Legal Offices
  • Education
  • Administration
  • Media
  • Publishing Companies
  • Government Departments (all levels)
  • Museums
  • Research Institutes
  • Public Relations
  • Philosophy
  • Archivist
  • City Planner
  • Editorialist
  • Educator
  • Immigration Officer
  • Information Officer
  • Intelligence Officer
  • Journalist
  • Market Analyst
  • Museum Worker
  • Policy Researcher
  • Political Agent
  • Political Analyst
  • Politician
  • Public Administrator
  • Public Relations Officer
  • Public Relations Professional
  • Public Servant
  • Researcher
  • Teacher
  • Unionist
  • Biographer
  • Diplomat
  • Conservator
  • Election Campaign Manager
  • Editor
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Legislative Assistant
  • Writer
  • Librarian
  • Historian
Childhood and Youth Studies

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Explore the ways that societal structures of power, privilege, and oppression shape the identities of children and youth in Canada and across the world.
  • Interrogate normative assumptions about children, childhood, and adolescence.
  • Collect and analyze relevant information about children and youth from a variety of interdisciplinary sources.
  • Present results from research in childhood and youth studies, both in writing and orally, to promote evidence-based knowledge to policy makers and service providers, as well as to general audiences.
  • Communicate effectively, intelligently and constructively during discussions on topics relevant to childhood and youth studies.
  • Identify strategies for and ethical and human rights implications of working with children and youth.
  • Write non-academic reports, policy briefs, pamphlets and posters to communicate about specific issues in childhood and youth studies.
  • Critically review and evaluate strengths, weaknesses and limitations of a variety of childhood and youth research methodologies.
  • Conduct a self-directed research study utilizing appropriate research methods to effectively investigate a special topic related to childhood and youth studies.
  • Teaching
  • Childcare
  • Counselling
  • Primary or Secondary Education Sector
  • Community Development
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Policy Analysis
  • Special Education
  • Educational Administration
  • Government Administration
  • Behavioural Analysis
  • Mental Health Care Field
  • Project Management
  • Children’s Programming Management
  • Program Manager
  • Preschool Teacher
  • Elementary Teacher
  • Administrative Professional
  • Early Childhood Educator
  • Educational Instructor
  • Attachment Counsellor
  • Training Coordinator
  • Child Life Specialist
  • Educational Policy and Research Analyst
  • Resource Consultant
  • Speech Language Assistant
  • Policy Advisor
  • One-on-One Worker
  • Applied Behavior Analysis Therapist
  • Assistant Teacher
  • Special Education Technician
  • Behavioral Technician
  • Child Care Supervisor
  • College Instructor
  • English Teacher in Private Language School
  • Elementary School Teacher in School Board
  • Early Childhood Educator in School Board
  • Attachment Counsellor in Community Service
  • Educational Instructor in School Board
  • Early Childhood Educator in Daycare
  • Preschool Teacher in Community Service
  • Accounting Assistant in Post-Secondary
  • Assistant Teacher in School Board
  • Kindergarten Teacher in School Board
  • Recruiting Manager in Higher Education
  • Personal Assistant in Community Healthcare
  • Long Term Occasional French Teacher in School Board
  • Administrative Assistant in School Board
Criminology and Criminal Justice

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Effectively integrate psychology, sociology, and socio-legal approaches to Criminology and Criminal Justice to help solve everyday problems
  • Assess critically questions of governance related to the administration of the criminal justice system
  • Rigorously examine criminalization and punishment practices and ideologies in relation to questions of social justice and human rights
  • Research, synthesize, and assess controversial issues in criminology and the administration of justice
  • Critically analyze criminological theories and their policy implications with particular emphasis on issues of social justice
  • Communicate and disseminate results of criminological research to peers, decision makers, and the general public in verbal and written form
  • Clearly articulate the limits of criminological knowledge in order to address implications for criminological policy and practices
  • Collaboratively identify, analyze, and discuss issues within criminology and criminal justice in a team of peers
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Policy Analysis
  • Writing and Editing
  • Communications
  • Human Resources
  • Counselling
  • Government Administration
  • Security
  • Consulting
  • Labour Relations
  • Information Technology
  • Project Management
  • Loss Prevention
  • Wholesale or Retail Sales
  • Legal Counsel or Lawyer
  • Communications Advisor
  • Clinical Social Worker
  • Investigation Analyst
  • Parole Officer
  • Program and Policy Consultant
  • Privacy Investigator
  • Child and Youth Counsellor
  • Policy Analyst
  • Contracts Specialist
  • Crisis Response Worker
  • Compensation and Benefits Coordinator
  • Theft Protection Program Facilitator
  • Teacher
  • Integrity Services Investigator
  • Paralegal
  • Loss Prevention Director
  • Justice Worker
  • Cyber Security Project Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Labour Relations Consultant in Municipal Government
  • Legal Counsel in Insurance
  • Junior Program Officer in Federal Government
  • Legal Policy Analyst in Territorial Government
  • In-Line Enforcement Officer in Federal Government
  • Addictions Specialist in Home Health Services
  • Corrections Officer in Federal Government
  • HR Administrator in Renewable Energy Sector
  • Rehabilitation Therapist in Health Care Facility
  • Forensic Research Assistant in Research Institute
  • Tort Litigation Case Manager in Law Firm
  • Intelligence Official in Diamond Industry
  • Senior Auditor in Crown Corporation
  • Senior Youth Worker in Non-Profit
  • Outreach and Communications Special Assistant in Provincial Government
English

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Formulate reasoned arguments through research and textual evidence on current contemporary questions faced by society
  • Communicate arguments clearly and forcefully in writing and through oral expression
  • Design, manage, and complete self-directed research projects that require independent thought, organization, follow-through, and mastery of a range of documents and texts
  • Participate effectively and respectfully in collaborative inquiry, presenting complicated problems and issues to members of a research group and adapting points of view in response to feedback
  • Manage unexpected issues and competing perspectives during the research process while successfully juggling a number of different goals and activities
  • Build historical, political, and ethical knowledge with which to understand the complex values underlying the textual culture of the past and present
  • Recognize the diversity of human experience and expression, and make the consideration of that diversity a part of reading, writing, and communicating
  • Communications
  • Public Relations
  • Marketing
  • Government Relations
  • Teaching
  • Writing and Editing
  • Broadcasting
  • Technical Writing
  • Information Management
  • Project Management
  • Human Resources
  • Logistics and Operations
  • Consulting
  • Risk Management
  • Media Production
  • Communications Coordinator
  • Community Development Adviser
  • English Language Instructor
  • Information Specialist
  • Marketing Adviser
  • Lawyer
  • Technical Writer
  • Reference Librarian
  • News Editor
  • Speech Writer
  • Casting Director
  • Copywriter
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Proposal Writer
  • Culture Program Specialist
  • Media Programming Rights Specialist
  • Operations Coordinator
  • Teacher (Elementary or Secondary)
  • Digital Writer or Editor
  • Web Marketing and Analyst
  • Technical Writer in Federal Government
  • News Production Operator in Media and Television
  • Website Content Manager in E-commerce
  • Donor Relations and Database Coordinator in Museum Sector
  • Marketing Specialist in Banking
  • Account Executive in Communications and Media
  • Strategic Coordinator and Issues Management Officer in Museum Sector
  • Court Clerk in Municipal Government
  • Media Buyer in Communications and Media
  • Fundraising Coordinator in Non-Profit
  • Senior Policy Analyst in Federal Government
  • Information Developer in Anti-Fraud Software Development
  • Electoral Coordination Agent in Federal Government
  • Reporter in Public Broadcasting
  • First Nations Liaison Officer in Oil and Gas
Environmental Studies

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Ability to comprehend the varied ways that humans interact with the natural environment and a range of important environmental issues, as well as to engage in action-oriented and environmentally responsible ways in both the workplace and everyday life.
  • Capability to evaluate decisions, actions and approaches aimed at helping to solve environmental problems.
  • Collect, and interpret the qualitative, quantitative, and/or spatial data needed to analyze environmental problems and propose solutions
  • Conduct research to inform and support strategic decision-making and effective policy related to contemporary environmental issues
  • Clearly communicate environmental issues and topics to a diverse audience in verbal and written form using a variety of media and presentation types
  • Workplace skills through practicum or co-op, including: leadership, responsibility and initiative in the workplace; ethical work conduct; independent work and group work; meeting productivity demands and deadlines; networking.
  • Agriculture
  • Communications and Culture
  • Conservation
  • Consulting
  • Demography
  • Economics
  • Writing and Editing
  • Environmental Technology
  • Environmental Consulting
  • Forestry
  • Planning
  • Policy
  • Tourism
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Marketing and Advertising
  • Government Administration
  • Project Management
  • Agricultural Inspector
  • Environmental Liaison Officer
  • Natural Heritage Specialist
  • Conservation Specialist
  • Environmental/Conservation Policy Analyst
  • Conservation Co-ordinator
  • Restoration Co-ordinator
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Ecotourism Consultant
  • Demographer
  • Demographic Analysis
  • Environmental Economist
  • Writer/Author
  • Editor
  • Correspondent
  • Education Programs Officer
  • Elementary or High School Teacher
  • Professor
  • Environmental Assessment Analyst
  • Environmental Specialist
  • Environmental Resource Specialist
  • Forest Fire Inspector and Prevention Specialist
  • Environmental Planner
  • Waste Management Specialist
  • Natural Resources Planner
  • Environmental Restoration Planner
  • Climate and Prosperity Advisor
  • Environmental Lobbyist
  • Environmental Policy Analyst
  • Political Advocate
  • Tour Guide
  • Ecotourism Specialist
  • Interpreter and Translator
  • Convention and Tourism Specialist
  • Recreation Co-ordinator
  • Park Ranger
  • Ecosystem Technician
  • Environmental Monitoring Assistant
  • Proposal Writer
  • Health and Safety Assistant
  • Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator
  • Communications Manager
  • Transportation and Planning Technologist
  • Field Technician Assistant
  • Environmental Underwriter
European, Russian and Eurasian Studies

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the history and contemporary social, cultural, economic, and political issues faced in the region while placing these issues in a broader global context
  • Analyze different ways in which global processes impact the societies, cultures, and politics of the countries of the region past and present
  • Apply concepts, theories, and methods of social science and humanities disciplines to the study of issues in the region
  • Develop the ability to apply conceptual and methodological approaches from various disciplines to the analysis of the region and its interconnectedness with the wider world
  • Demonstrate an understanding of peoples of the region through knowledge of their cultures, languages and societies in a global context
  • Critical thinking and analysis of issues in the region
  • Ability to communicate knowledge of the region in oral and written form to a variety of audiences
  • Proficiency in a Regional Language
  • Human Resources
  • Foreign Service or Affairs
  • Political Advising
  • Research
  • Auditing
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Communications and Public Relations
  • International Affairs
  • Program Analysis
  • Government Relations
  • Writing and Editing
  • Government Administration
  • Consulting
  • Curriculum Development
  • Public Policy Development and Analysis
  • Defense and Intelligence Services
  • Human Resources Manager
  • International Affairs Organization
  • Political Organizations
  • Performance Auditor
  • Program Analyst
  • Integrity Analyst
  • Program Advisor
  • Corporate Communications Specialist
  • Territory Sales Manager
  • Curriculum Developer
  • Sales Representative
  • Policy Analyst
  • Immigration Officer
  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Correspondence Coordinator
  • Ambassador’s Assistant
  • Lawyer
  • Proposal Writer
  • Proof Reader and Editor
  • Education Coordinator
  • Outreach and Development Coordinator in Post-Secondary
  • Program Analyst in Federal Government
  • Integrity Analyst in Federal Government
  • Corporate Communications Specialist in Telecommunications
  • Business Developer and Communications in Environmental Organization
  • Program Advisor in Federal Government
  • Human Resources Manager in International Aid
  • Foreign Service Officer in Federal Government
  • Legislative and Political Advisor for Government Official
  • Marketing Coordinator in Federal Government
  • Performance Auditor in Federal Government
  • Territory Sales Manager in International Health Care Services
  • Curriculum Developer in Higher Education
  • Sales Representative in Real Estate
  • Junior Policy Analyst in International Economics
Film Studies

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Analyze and interpret films through the lens of screen-media history, theory, techniques and styles
  • Recognize and interpret multiple film conventions, techniques, genres and styles
  • Articulate similarities and differences across a wide range of national and transnational moving-image practices and traditions
  • Explain how cinematic techniques create meaning and emotion
  • Critically assess and interpret films and other moving-image texts from theoretical, philosophical, psychological, and historiographic angles
  • Evaluate claims made by critics, historians and theorists of the moving image
  • Construct  and communicate arguments verbally and in written form using Film Studies concepts
  • Apply knowledge, critical thinking and research skills acquired through Film Studies courses in occupational settings
  • Filmmaking
  • Media Production
  • Research
  • Publishing
  • Teaching
  • Product Design
  • Project Management
  • Product Development
  • Information Technology
  • Consulting
  • Communications
  • Social Media
  • Human Resources
  • Event Management
  • Film Critic
  • Studio Merchandiser
  • Film Archivist
  • Film Journalist
  • Screenwriter
  • Acting
  • Video Game Designer
  • Teaching
  • Technical Writer
  • Copy-editor
  • Media Relations Consultant
  • Communication Officer
  • Marketing Manger
  • Research Assistant
  • Production Specialist
  • Film Studio Coordinator
  • Associate Producer
  • Creative Director
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Social Media Strategist
  • Business Development Consultant
  • VFX Producer
  • Executive Director of Toronto International Film Festival
  • Senior Curator of Film at MoMA
  • Artistic Director of Ottawa Animation Festival
  • Audio-Video Production Media Specialist in Film Industry
  • Independent Film Maker in Film Industry
  • Animation Studio Coordinator in Film and Digital Media
  • Production Assistant in Television
  • Closed Captioner in Television
  • Product Designer in IT
  • Marketing Coordinator in Software Development
  • NFB Producer
  • Critic in Film and Media
  • Arts Administrator
  • Corporate Services Coordinator in Banking
  • Implementation Lead in Banking
  • Learning Systems Management in Post-Secondary
  • Communications Coordinator in Non-Profit
  • Public Affairs Officer in a Non-Profit
French

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Proficiently compose, edit and revise written French with accurate use of grammar, language structure and communication strategies
  • Speak the French language with advanced fluency on a variety of topics
  • Adjust the usage of the French language to appropriately communicate with diverse audiences
  • Analyze, critique and interpret written text as well as complex literary and linguistic issues to develop concise and intelligent arguments
  • Using a variety of approaches, identify and analyse the main characteristics of French literature and linguistics as well as understand and apply leading concepts in both fields
  • Gather, interpret, and evaluate textual information and linguistic data in French literature and linguistics in a coherent and logical manner
  • Identify and analyze the main characteristics of French literature and linguistics through a variety of approaches
  • Understand and apply leading concepts and theories to the study of French literature and linguistics
  • Develop, support and explain complex ideas in French by applying critical thinking to readings and discussions in French literature and linguistics, as they relate to a variety of issues
  • Language Teaching, Training and Coaching
  • Translation
  • Communications
  • Education Management
  • Government Administration
  • Policy Advising or Development
  • Information Services
  • Non-Profit Organization Management
  • Marketing and Advertising
  • Operations Management
  • Research
  • Project Management
  • Travel Management
  • Human Resources
  • Investment Planning
  • Language Evaluator
  • Elementary French Teacher
  • Secondary French Teacher
  • Policy Advisor
  • Strategic Support Coordinator
  • Communications Officer
  • Library and Information Professional
  • Research Analyst
  • Corporate Travel Manager
  • Fraud Analyst
  • Banking Advisor
  • Translator or Interpreter
  • Specialized Language Trainer
  • Events and Marketing Coordinator
  • Social Media Lead
  • Corporate Communications
  • Visa Clerk
  • French Language Consultant
  • Business Consultant
  • Labour Relations Consultant
  • Teacher in Public School Board
  • Systems Librarian in Public Library System
  • Communications Coordinator in Federal Government
  • Communications Officer in Policing Agency
  • Language Evaluator in Federal Government
  • Strategic Support Coordinator in Municipal Government
  • Corporate Labour Relations in Federal Government
  • Policy Advisor in Federal Government
  • Director of Marketing and Operations in Higher Education
  • Social Media Specialist in Digital Marketing
  • Office Manager in Telecom Consulting
  • Corporate Travel Manager in Hospitality and Tourism
  • President in Property Management
Geomatics

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Collect, process, analyze and interpret qualitative and quantitative spatial data using geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing image analysis, cartography, and other spatial and statistical software
  • Analyze spatial patterns and relationships, and comprehend their value and use within societal and environmental management and policy contexts
  • Conduct geographic and environmental research to inform and support evidence-based decision making
  • Clearly communicate geomatics methods and results of analysis to a diverse audience in verbal and written form using a variety of media and presentation types, including maps, atlases, images, graphics and other interactive media
  • Contribute knowledge of human and environmental spatial patterns and processes in a variety of occupational settings
  • Workplace skills through practicum or co-op, including: leadership, responsibility and initiative in the workplace; ethical work conduct; independent work and group work; meeting productivity demands and deadlines; networking
  • Agriculture
  • Consulting
  • Conservation
  • Emergency Management
  • Energy, Oil, Gas and Mining
  • Environment
  • Forestry
  • Health
  • Law Enforcement
  • Mapping
  • Market Research
  • Real Estate
  • Research
  • Transportation
  • Software Development
  • Utilities/Public Works
  • Waste Management
  • GIS and Remote Sensing Technology
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Systems Administration
  • Quality Control
  • Risk Management
  • Government Administration
  • Project Management
  • Data Analysis
  • Agricultural GIS Technician
  • Remote Sensing Technologist
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Geomatics Analyst
  • GIS Analyst
  • Land Use Planner
  • Natural Resource Planner
  • Environmental Policy Analyst
  • Environmental Assessment GIS Analyst
  • Forestry/Health/Crime GIS Analyst
  • Cartographer
  • Mapping Technician
  • Air Photo Interpreter
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Business Location Analyst
  • Residential Real Estate Analyst
  • GIS Developer/Programmer
  • Web Map Developer
  • GIS Transportation Planner
  • Logistics Analyst
  • Supply Chain Analyst
  • Fire Manager Technologist
  • Research Analyst
  • Survey Technician
  • Remote Sensing Scientist
  • Geomatics Research Analyst
  • Application Consultant/Specialist
  • Geomatics Technician/Specialist
  • Waste Management GIS Analyst
  • Technical Solution Specialist
  • GIS or CAD Technician
  • Geophysical Technician
  • Environmental Assistant
Greek and Roman Studies

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • An understanding of the major concerns in the world today including economic relations, the gap between the rich and the poor, democracy and human rights
  • The ability to make an informed assessment of, and to participate in global politics
  • Analytical and critical thinking skills; making observations
  • Problem solving skills; understanding the components of complex problems; approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem; identifying problems and developing solutions; decision making skills
  • Influencing and persuading people/groups; aptitude for leadership
  • Research skills; data collection; process and synthesize vast amounts of data; interpret research and data; recognizing only the salient facts; application of information for policy development; developing research strategies and utilizing research methods
  • Communication Skills – explaining ideas, writing and presenting information articulately and analytically; public speaking; compiling carefully reasoned reports and essays
  • Proficiency in one or two languages other than English
  • Government Departments and Agencies (all levels)
  • International Organizations
  • NGOs/INGOs
  • Non-profit Organizations
  • Policy Research / Analysis
  • Consulting Firms
  • Human Rights Agencies
  • International Law
  • International Trade and Finance
  • Multinational Corporations
  • Educational Institutions
  • Newspapers / Media Corporations
  • Archivist
  • Consultant
  • Demographer
  • Foreign Affairs Analyst
  • Foreign Affairs Specialist
  • Civil Servant
  • Communications Professional
  • Customs Officer
  • Pollster
  • Political Advisor
  • Diplomat
  • Executive Assistant
  • Economic Development Officer
  • Financial/Economic Analyst
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Governmental program agent
  • Health and Social policy Researcher
  • Immigration and Revenue Officer
  • Journalist
  • Lobbyist
  • Member of Parliament
  • Ministerial Assistant
  • Political Commentator or Columnist
  • Politician
  • Public Policy Analyst
  • Public Relations Professional
  • Regional or International Development Agent
  • Retail Manager
  • Survey poll analyst
  • Social policy research officer
  • Teacher
History

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Acquire knowledge and understanding of the events, people, and ideas of the past and how they have shaped the world
  • Recognize the complexity of human experience, across cultures and time periods
  • Gather, evaluate and interpret sources, including texts, visual images, and digital sources
  • Evaluate and form arguments that draw on historical evidence and argument
  • Acquire ability to write clear, well organized  short reports and essays that synthesize evidence and arguments from many sources
  • Evaluate materials from the past with attention to perspective, context and meaning
  • Discuss and present arguments orally, in writing and in digital media
  • Collaborate with others to produce written documents, oral presentations and digital media that explore historical issues
  • Marketing
  • Program Development
  • Consulting
  • Teaching
  • Research
  • Project Management
  • Human Resources
  • Communications
  • Financial Services
  • Procurement
  • Government Administration
  • Events Management
  • Communications
  • Policy Analysis or Development
  • Instructional Design
  • Marketing Director
  • Lawyer
  • Training and Outreach Consultant
  • Business Development Manager
  • Military Archivist
  • Content Strategist
  • Corporate Archivist
  • Web Services Librarian
  • Case Research Officer
  • Marketing Analyst
  • Culture Coordinator
  • Elementary or High School teacher
  • Public Policy Analyst
  • Communications Advisor
  • Program Coordinator
  • Historical Researcher
  • Curriculum and Instructional Design Specialist
  • Historical or Museum Interpreter
  • Speech Writer
  • Reference Librarian
  • Local History Interpreter in Museum Sector
  • Buyer in Crown Corporation
  • Junior Policy Analyst in Federal Government
  • Technology Facilitator in School Board
  • Connections Supervisor in Marketing
  • Financial Services Representative in Banking and Financial Services
  • Collections Technician in Museum Sector
  • Contributing Writer in Media and News
  • Communications Coordinator in Federal Government
  • Associate in Law Firm
  • Library Technician in Post-Secondary
  • Senior Planning and Reporting Officer in Federal Government
  • Director of Communications in Non-Profit
  • Correctional Manager in Federal Government
  • Administrative Officer in Federal Government
Human Geography

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Effectively integrate geographical knowledge and skills (including an explicitly spatial perspective, critical social science approaches, and an understanding of processes in the natural world and human-environment relations) in a variety of occupational settings
  • Apply geographic concepts (place, space, scale, and in human geography concepts of community and identity) to help understand and solve important societal challenges arising from human-environment interactions and conflicts
  • Collect, process, analyze and interpret geographic qualitative, quantitative, and/or spatial data
  • Conduct geographic and environmental research to support informed decision-making and policy development
  • Clearly communicate geographic-environmental issues and topics to a diverse audience in verbal and written form using a variety of media and presentation types
  • Workplace skills through practicum or co-op, including: leadership, responsibility and initiative in the workplace; ethical work conduct; independent work and group work; meeting productivity demands and deadlines; networking
  • Gain knowledge of key concepts in geography related to human settlement, resources, economics and culture
  • Appreciate and articulate the complexity of the natural environment, social systems, and the influences and impacts of humans on the environment
  • Understand concepts of scale from global to local and analyze problems at different scales with a spatial perspective
  • Critically analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of actions aimed at addressing social and environmental problem
  • Agriculture
  • Communications
  • Consulting
  • Culture
  • Development
  • Demography
  • Economics
  • Editing and Writing
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Finance
  • Planning
  • Policy
  • Real Estate
  • Tourism
  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Project Management
  • Government
  • Research
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources
  • Agricultural Planner
  • Public Diplomacy Officer
  • Foreign Services Officer
  • Accredited Land Consultant
  • Policy Consultant
  • Travel Consultant
  • Historical Consultant
  • Heritage Planner
  • Festival Organizer
  • Community Cultural Office
  • Cultural and Communications Mediator
  • International Development Specialist
  • Urban and Regional Development Specialist
  • Housing Specialist
  • Community Development Planner
  • Demographer
  • Demographic Analyst
  • Commercial Real Estate Economist
  • Economic Development Officer
  • Writer
  • Editor
  • Correspondent
  • Teacher or Professor
  • Environmental Assessment Analyst
  • Market Analyst
  • Location Analyst
  • Transportation Manager
  • Planning Analyst
  • City and Regional Planning Specialist
  • Environmental Restoration Planner
  • Historic Preservation Planner
  • Planning Advisor
  • Policy and Research Analyst
  • Tour Guide
  • Ecotourism Specialist
  • Convention and Tourism Specialist
  • Recreation Coordinator
  • Park Ranger
  • Human Resources Officer
  • Educational Planning Officer
  • Instructional Designer
  • Strategic Support Coordinator
  • GIS Analyst
  • GIS Technician
Human Rights and Social Justice

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Effectively integrate different perspectives to analyze and understand human rights in Canada and around the world
  • Analyze issues related to human rights from an interdisciplinary perspective taking into account historical and contemporary local or global struggles for social justice
  • Research and advocate for human rights locally and internationally with intercultural respect and the appreciation of participatory democracy
  • Evaluate and interpret contemporary debates related to the interconnection of social, economic, civil, political and cultural rights
  • Construct a self-directed research study utilizing appropriate research methods to effectively investigate a special topic related to Human Rights
  • Critically review and assess conflicting perspectives and arguments in human rights research
  • Apply knowledge of human rights issues to inform and inspire ethical engagement with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Clearly communicate verbally and in written form to a variety of audiences including academics, professional peers, non-profit organizations and the general public
  • Develop professional skills (practicum and independent study options)
  • Underwriting
  • Government Relations
  • Research
  • Donor Relations
  • Consulting
  • Fundraising
  • Online Media
  • Program Development
  • E-Learning
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Employment Equity
  • Lobbying
  • Teaching
  • Policy Analyst
  • Equity Officer
  • Instructional Designer
  • Research Assistant
  • Lawyer
  • Fundraising Campaign Consultant
  • Learning and Resource Development Advisor
  • Campaign Coordinator
  • External Relations Officer
  • Counsel or Crown Counsel
  • Press Correspondent
  • Program Development Officer
  • Research Officer
  • Conflict Resolution Practitioner
  • Volunteer Manager
  • Marketing and Communications Officer
  • Training Program Manager
  • Communication and Engagement Analyst
  • Settlement Officer
  • Giving Coordinator
  • Research Associate in Business Consulting
  • Communication and Engagement Analyst in Territorial Government
  • Researcher for Senator in Federal Government
  • Marketing and Communications Manager in Health Care Services
  • Senior Officer of Trade Compliance in Federal Government
  • Associate Director in Non-Profit
  • Governance, Economic and Financial Reforms Consultant in International Banking
  • Assistant Editor in Book Publishing
  • Policy Analyst in Federal Government
  • Lawyer in Law Firm
  • Settlement Officer in Federal Government
  • Annual and Planned Giving Development Coordinator in Fundraising
  • Assistant to Parliamentary-Secretary in Federal Government
  • Co-Founder and Chair in Non-Profit
  • Equity Officer in Union
Indigenous Studies

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • An understanding of the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of Indigenous ways of knowing, learning, and relationship-building
  • Critical thinking
  • The ability to communicate complex ideas across a range of formats
  • Research skills; data collection; exposure to Indigenous and non-Indigenous pedagogicial, methodological, and theoretical ways of knowing
  • The ability to understand and express Indigenous perspectives on historical, political, and social issues
  • Art
  • Public Affairs
  • Communications
  • Political/Legal Offices
  • Education
  • Administration
  • Media
  • Government Departments
  • Band Councils
  • Museums
  • NGO Sector
  • Public Relations
  • Consultant
  • Professor
  • Managing Editor
  • Communications Officer
Linguistics

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Integrate tools, terminology and approaches from the field of linguistics to formulate scientifically sound arguments and analyze linguistic data
  • Compare and evaluate the effectiveness of various research methodologies and theoretical frameworks through linguistic data analysis
  • Clearly and concisely articulate differences between our own instinctive knowledge of the rules of language and how language functions in society
  • Collect, organize and analyze data from diverse languages in order to construct and test theories about language structure and usage
  • Identify and compare similarities as well as differences in phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics of languages
  • Describe, identify and clarify common misconceptions related to stigmatized language forms and/or varieties
  • Editing
  • Communication Disorders Services
  • Speech and Language Training
  • Information Technology
  • Management
  • Research
  • Marketing
  • E-Commerce
  • Management
  • Instructional Design
  • Project Management
  • Human Resources
  • Policy Analysis
  • Public Relations
  • Communications
  • Information Specialist
  • Educational Assistant
  • Proposal Writer
  • Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Marketing Coordinator
  • Project Manager
  • Human Resources Coordinator
  • Communications and Research Director
  • Program Officer
  • TOEFL Instructor
  • Instructional Designer
  • Policy Analyst
  • Fraud Analyst
  • Teacher
  • Teacher for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Communications Officer
  • Learning Facilitator
  • TESL Instructor
  • Program Assistant
  • Communications Disorder Assistant
  • Teacher for Deaf and Hard of Hearing in School Board
  • Speech-Language Pathologist in Hospital
  • Public Affairs Research Associate in Market Research
  • IM/IT Client Relations Manager in Federal Government
  • Senior Developer in Software Development
  • Client Care Coordinator in Hearing Centre
  • Senior Research Account Manager in Global Market Research
  • Marketing Coordinator in Consumer Packaged Goods
  • Project Coordinator in Telecommunications
  • Director of Communications and Research in Healthcare
  • Revenue Manager in Hospitality
  • Policy Analyst in Federal Government
  • TOEFL Instructor in Higher Education
  • Senior Communications Officer in Non-Profit
Music

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Demonstrate a multi-layered knowledge of, and engagement with music in all forms
  • Exhibit skill in one or more areas of music analysis, composition, cultural theory, archival and historical research and ethnographic fieldwork in music
  • Identify and describe a wide range of traditions and repertoires of music along with their varying cultural and historical contexts
  • Communicate effectively, to a range of different audiences, and work cooperatively in both musical and other forms of group activity
  • Critically apply a variety of musicological perspectives and techniques in the analysis of music
  • Recognize the relationship between creative, practical and theoretical forms of knowledge in music
  • Develop an appreciation of the place of music in culture and human life, and of the relationship of various musical traditions to one another
  • Write about music in a variety of forms and styles: from academic essays, to music criticism, to journalistic writing
  • Communications
  • Project Management
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources
  • Public Relations
  • Arts Administration
  • Production Management
  • Media Production
  • Sound Design
  • Publishing
  • Library Technology
  • Quality Assurance
  • Business or Financial Analysis
  • Teaching
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Media Manager
  • Mastering Engineer
  • Library Technician
  • Volunteer Services Coordinator
  • Program Director
  • Public Relations Coordinator
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Account Coordinator
  • Media Coordinator
  • Multimedia Designer
  • Music Office Manager
  • Quality Assurance Analyst
  • Communications Advisor
  • Sound Designer
  • Fundraising Consultant
  • Production Manager
  • Professional Musician
  • Music Teacher
  • Policy and Planning Analyst
  • Arts Administrator
  • Undergrad Administrator in Post-Secondary
  • Business Owner in Funeral Services
  • Regulatory Officer in Federal Government
  • Management and Public Relations in Music Industry
  • Publicity and Development in Music Industry
  • Multimedia Designer in Insurance
  • Mastering Engineer in Music Industry
  • Media Manager in Motion Pictures and Film
  • Library Technician in Non-Profit
  • Production Manager in Production
  • Self-Employed Professional Musician
  • Media Coordinator in Television
  • Quality Assurance Analyst at Book Store Chain
  • Communications Manager in Public Relations
Philosophy

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Apply reflectively critical thinking to research
  • Develop creative and effective problem-solving strategies
  • Understand the basic principles and assumptions of important views
  • Communicate clearly and concisely, in written and verbal form
  • Examine information sources for bias and error
  • Explain the ethical dimensions of decision making
  • Editing
  • Project Management
  • Consulting
  • Teaching
  • Marketing
  • Operations Management
  • Legal Services
  • Event Management
  • Policy Analysis
  • Research
  • Writing
  • Quality Assurance
  • Public Relations
  • Communications
  • Analysis Manager
  • ESL Teacher
  • Corporate Account Management
  • Policy Analyst
  • Marketing and Content Strategist
  • Researcher
  • Analyst
  • Account Manager
  • Director of Operations
  • Recruit Analyst
  • Financial Services Director
  • Outreach Director
  • Campaign Manager
  • Media Manager
  • Software Licensing Specialist
  • Editor
  • Junior Copywriter
  • Lawyer
  • Judicial Law Clerk
  • Marketing and Communications Officer
  • MA, PhD Student
  • University Professor
  • ESL Instructor in Language School
  • Regional Account Manager in Computer Hardware Sales
  • Manager in Yoga Centre
  • Production Coordinator in International Language Training
  • Research and Coordination in Federal Government
  • Marketing and Content Strategist in Marketing and Design
  • Corporate Account Manager in IT Consulting
  • Policy Analyst in Federal Government
  • Senior Account Executive in Public Relations and Marketing
  • Director of Operations in Professional Sport
  • Division Director in Financial Services
  • Director of Outreach in International Philanthropy
  • Account Manager in Software Sales
  • Media Manager in Marketing
  • Software Licensing Specialist in IT
Physical Geography

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Effectively integrate geographical knowledge and skills (including an explicitly spatial perspective, critical social science approaches, and an understanding of processes in the natural world and human-environment relations) in a variety of occupational settings
  • Apply geographic concepts (place, space, scale, and in human geography concepts of community and identity) to help understand and solve important societal challenges arising from human-environment interactions and conflicts
  • Collect, process, analyze and interpret geographic qualitative, quantitative, and/or spatial data
  • Conduct geographic and environmental research to support informed decision-making and policy development
  • Clearly communicate geographic-environmental issues and topics to a diverse audience in verbal and written form using a variety of media and presentation types
  • Workplace skills through practicum or co-op, including: leadership, responsibility and initiative in the workplace; ethical work conduct; independent work and group work; meeting productivity demands and deadlines; networking.
  • Explain and integrate key concepts and processes in the description of the biophysical environment and Earth systems
  • Critically analyze and incorporate biophysical data in environmental monitoring, management and policy
  • Collect and analyze geographic and environmental data in field and lab settings and learn methods commonly used within environmental management and consulting organizations
  • Understand and communicate environmental issues and learn to apply geographic analyses for environmental research, management

Career Areas:

  • Agriculture
  • Consulting
  • Conservation
  • Energy
  • Emergency Management
  • Environment
  • Forestry
  • Oil, Gas and Mining
  • Planning
  • Waste Management
  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Project Management
  • Government
  • GIS Technology
  • Data Technology
  • Surveying
  • Research
  • Quality Control
  • Risk Management
  • Soil Assessment Specialist
  • Agricultural Water Resources Specialist
  • Agricultural Research Technician
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Sustainability Consultant
  • Park Naturalist or Interpreter
  • Resource Conservation Specialist
  • Water Conservation Specialist
  • Wetlands Specialist
  • Energy Specialist
  • Climate Change Analyst
  • Emergency Management Specialist
  • Natural Hazards Analyst
  • Environmental Quality Specialist
  • Natural Resource Planner
  • Reclamation Specialist
  • Air Quality Specialist
  • Environmental Policy Analyst
  • Environmental Assessment Office
  • Environmental Technician
  • Forestry Technician
  • Environmental Monitor
  • Pollution Control Technologist
  • Coastal Zone Specialist
  • Waste Management Specialist
  • Recycling Coordinator
  • Hazardous Waste Management Specialist
  • Water Resources Coordinator
  • Energy Policy Advisor
  • GIS Analyst
  • GIS Technician
  • Hydrographic Surveyor
Political Science

 Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Research and analyze politics in Canada and throughout the world from a holistic perspective
  • Critically examine contending political perspectives and evaluate a variety of political positions
  • Recognize the relevance of historic ideas to contemporary political problems through knowledge of major texts and thinkers of Western political thought
  • Apply a range of qualitative and qualitative methodologies and basic statistical methods to political research
  • Engage in comprehensive research about politics and interpret relevant evidence effectively
  • Write about politics systematically and persuasively in brief essays and longer analytical research papers
  • Form coherent verbal questions and respond articulately in group discussions
  • Research
  • Staffing and Recruitment
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Communications
  • Project Management
  • Marketing
  • Government Administration
  • Human Resources
  • Public Relations
  • Policy Advising or Analysis
  • Consulting
  • Strategic Planning
  • Writing
  • Underwriting
  • Data Analytics
  • Research Facilitator
  • Head Hunter
  • Corporate Communications
  • Realtor
  • Digital Media Specialist
  • Lawyer
  • Quality Improvement Officer
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Education Policy Advisor
  • Speech Writer
  • Community and Stakeholders Relations Director
  • Primary or Secondary Education
  • Campaign Manager
  • Brand Manager
  • Accessibility Training Coordinator
  • Political Party Organizer
  • Government Relations Assistant
  • Economic Development Officer
  • Analytics and Data Services
  • Policy Analyst
  • Press Secretary in Provincial Government
  • Procurement and Finance Officer in Federal Government
  • Senior Policy Analyst in Federal Government
  • Maritime Analyst in Federal Government
  • Translator in Software Development
  • Air Traffic Controller in Military
  • Quality and Compliance Agent in E-Commerce
  • Data and Yield Analyst in Tourism
  • Employment Lawyer in Law Firm
  • Marketing Executive in Higher Education
  • Policy Advisor in Provincial Government
  • Specialty Lines Underwriter in Insurance
  • Director of Operations in Staffing
  • Planning and Design Analyst in Oil and Gas
  • Grants Manager in Non-Profit
  • Security Risk in Federal Government
Psychology

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Utilize psychological concepts, language and major theories to explain behaviour
  • Critically synthesize, analyze and communicate psychological research findings in written form
  • Present and clearly explain psychological research findings orally to a variety of audiences
  • Critically review and evaluate psychological research methodology and findings
  • Construct research questions and appropriate design methods to effectively investigate a psychological problem, issue or theory
  • Demonstrate an understanding of scientific integrity as it relates to experimental psychology
  • Apply critical and creative thinking, skeptical inquiry and scientific approach to solving problems related to behaviour and mental processes
  • Apply a scientific approach to solve problems related to behaviour and mental processes critically
  • Effectively integrate psychological knowledge, skills and values seamlessly into a variety of occupational settings
  • Explain how psychological principles can be applied to clarify social issues and inform public policy
  • Counselling and Psychotherapy
  • Education Management
  • Staffing and Recruitment
  • Human Resources
  • Policy Analysis
  • Event Management
  • Government Administration
  • Program Development
  • Communications
  • Non-Profit Management
  • Marketing
  • Teaching
  • Consulting
  • Behaviour Analysis and Modification
  • Child or Youth Protection
  • Career or Employment Counsellor
  • Disabilities Counsellor
  • Associate Director of Residence Life
  • Child or Youth Protection Worker
  • Learning Strategist
  • Human Resources
  • Program Advisor
  • Conferences and Training Coordinator
  • City Councillor
  • Communications Consultant
  • Learning Officer
  • Specialized Support Counsellor
  • Social Media Strategist
  • Systems Coordinator
  • Planning Officer
  • Educational Assistant
  • Business Analyst
  • English Language Teacher
  • Family and Child Therapist
  • ABA Therapist
  • National Monitoring Center Officer in Federal Government
  • Material Management Systems Coordinator in Federal Government
  • Psychotherapist and Couples Counsellor in Mental Health Services
  • Risk Management Analysis in Healthcare
  • Assistant to Forensic Psychologist in Policing and Corrections
  • Developmental Service Worker in Non-Profit
  • Immigration Consultant in Immigration Agency
  • Senior Research Analyst in Global Information and Measurement Organization
  • Senior Youth Worker in Non-Profit
  • Business Analyst in Federal Government
  • Human Resources Generalist in Think Tank
  • Policy Officer in Federal Government
  • Web Strategist and Marketing Coordinator in Technology
  • Life Skills Trainer in Autism Resources Service
  • Court Outreach Worker in Mental Health Education and Services
Religion

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Knowledge of different religious beliefs, practices and doctrines
  • Cultural sensitivity; the ability to interact with diverse groups; understanding of various cultural practices and corresponding human behaviours; sensitivity to and compassion for others
  • Aptitude for leadership; the ability to persuade and influence others
  • Research skills; data collection; process and synthesize vast amounts of data and apply where relevant
  • Problem solving skills; approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem; decision making skills
  • Communication skills – explaining and presenting ideas and data clearly; public speaking; writing articulately and analytically
  • Logistical and critical thinking
  • Non-profit Organizations
  • Archaeology
  • Community Development
  • Consulting Firms
  • Educational Institutions
  • Public Service
  • Research Institutions
  • Publishing Companies
  • Religious Institutions
  • Museums
  • Libraries
  • Writing
  • Media Corporations
  • Government Departments
  • Health or Social Service Institutions
  • Administrator
  • Advocacy Groups
  • Human Resources
  • Critical Analyst
  • Anthropologist
  • Archaeologist
  • Artist
  • Consultant
  • Campus Religious Coordinator
  • Divorce Mediator
  • Executive Assistant to Government Official
  • Child Care Worker
  • Guidance Counselor
  • Volunteer Coordinator
  • Paralegal – Mediation
  • Parole Officer
  • Military
  • Youth Worker
  • YMCA Worker
  • Research Officer
  • Teacher
  • Community Development Officer
  • Family Counsellor
  • Human Rights Officer
  • International Development and Aid Project Officer
  • Marriage Counsellor
  • Social Services Worker
  • Foreign Service Worker
  • Public Service Worker
  • Professor
  • Community Worker
  • Religious Advisor
  • Religion Analyst
  • Political Analyst
  • Missionary
  • Religious Educational Administrator
  • Pastoral Animator
  • Media Director
  • Cultural Affairs Officer
Sociology

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Ability to read materials accurately and analytically
  • Knowledge of methodologies of data collection, statistical analysis and evaluation; conducting and clearly explaining sociological research
  • Critical/Analytical thinking; abstract reasoning skills
  • Problem solving skills; approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem; identifying problems and developing solutions; decision making skills
  • Communication skills – explaining ideas, writing and presenting information; public speaking; compiling carefully reasoned reports and essays; good listening, clarifying, questioning and responding skills
  • Ability to carry out tasks with thoroughness and precision
  • Aptitude for conflict resolution; mediation; concern for and sensitivity to others
  • Understanding of organizational and group dynamics
  • Public Relations Firms
  • Social Service Agencies
  • Research Centres
  • Non-governmental Organizations
  • Human Resource Departments
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Homeless Shelters
  • Rehabilitation Centres
  • Counselling Agencies
  • Correctional Service Institutions
  • Government Agencies (all levels)
  • Hospitality Industry
  • Labour Unions
  • Marketing Firms
  • Anthropologist
  • Caseworker
  • Compensation Specialist
  • Consultant
  • Counsellor
  • Customs Inspector
  • Criminologist
  • Health and Social Politics Researcher
  • Job Analyst
  • Journalist
  • Sales/Marketing Director
  • Social/Community Service Worker
  • Program Evaluator
  • Probation/Correctional Officer
  • Data Analyst
  • Demographer
  • Foreign Service Worker
  • Social Pathologist
  • Social Worker
  • Survey Research Assistant
  • Public Affairs Coordinator
  • Gerontologist
  • Grievance Officer
  • Historian
  • Hospital Administrator
  • Labour Relations Specialist
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Mediator
  • Minister
  • Personnel Manager
  • Political Scientist
  • Statistician/Statistical Assistant
  • Probation Officer
  • Psychologist
  • Public Administrator
  • Public Relations Worker
  • Research Assistant
  • Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Representative
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Fundraiser
  • Advertising Assistant
  • Urban Planner
  • Writer
  • Abortion Counselling
  • Adoption Services Worker
  • Crime Victim Services
  • Crisis Intervention Services
  • Day Care Worker
  • Divorce Counsellor
  • Gay, Lesbian, Transgendered Service Worker
  • Activity Leader
  • Admissions Officer
  • Clergy Member
  • Employment Services Worker
  • Employee Development Specialist
  • Health Club Manager
  • Career Planning and Placement Coordinator
  • Executive Assistant
  • Lawyer
  • Legislative Aide
  • Teacher
  • Policy Analyst
  • Population Analyst
  • Statistical Analyst
  • Survey Research Technician
Women's and Gender Studies

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Advocating against inequality and a movement toward acceptance, collaboration and consensus through the gender divide
  • Knowledge of how gender intersects with other structures of power including race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, age and ability in shaping ways of thinking and understanding the world around us; understanding inequality
  • Ability to read materials accurately and analytically
  • Critical/Analytical thinking; abstract reasoning skills
  • Problem solving skills; approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem; identifying problems and developing solutions; decision making skills
  • Research skills; developing research strategies and utilizing research methods; data collection; process and synthesize vast amounts of data and apply where relevant; application of information for policy development
  • Communication skills – explaining ideas, writing and presenting information clearly; public speaking; good listening, clarifying, questioning and responding skills
  • Aptitude for conflict resolution; mediation; concern for and sensitivity to others
  • Understanding of organizational and group dynamics
  • Educational Institutions
  • Community Organizations
  • Consulting Firms
  • Publishing Houses
  • Social Service Agencies
  • Judicial System
  • Labour Unions
  • Market Research Firms
  • Media Organizations
  • Government Departments
  • Public Relations Firms
  • Financial Service Firms
  • Non-governmental Organizations
  • Welfare Organizations
  • Centres for Women
  • Administration
  • Advocacy
  • Anthropology
  • History
  • Clinical Social Worker
  • Health Care Coordinator
  • College/University Professor
  • Human Rights Advocate
  • Victims’ Advocate
  • Journalist
  • Archivist
  • Lawyer
  • Artist or Musician
  • Battered Women’s Centre Director
  • Business Owner
  • Nurse-Midwife
  • Legislative Aide
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Rape Crisis Program Director
  • Casting Director
  • Town/City Manager
  • Health Clinic Medical Assistant
  • Union Organizer
  • Hospital Foundation Executive Director

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