Your university history degree affirms that you have the ability to analyze a wealth of material and extract what you need from it, and that you know how to think critically and communicate your ideas effectively. These are skills that are valued by any employer. Our graduates have gone on to graduate programs; however, most do not pursue further education in history. They find that their degree provides entry into professional programs such as law, teaching or journalism, or serves as a good foundation for a career in any number of fields.
Laurier Brantford Career Development Center
Laurier's Career Development website can be found here.
The Career Development Center is located on the 2nd floor of the SC Johnson Building, 38 Market Street.