All programs in our school provide students with the skills and competencies necessary for successful careers.
Students can select from a wide variety of programs, in disciplines that offer great preparation for future employment.
Our students gain hands-on experience to pursue careers in many fields.
These are the types of questions students (and their parents) ask me when I meet them on campus visits—and I take them very seriously.
Monmouth University’s programs in the Humanities and Social Sciences engage you in your learning, make the skills you are learning clear and applicable, and give you the practical experience that best prepares you for an engaging life and a fulfilling career.
Employers throughout the corporate, governmental, and non-profit sectors all agree that they are looking for college graduates who can think critically, write clearly, present their arguments persuasively, and live active and engaged lives.
As a student today, you are a pioneer moving into new lands. In some cases, your future may actually be in foreign lands as the world economy and culture globalizes. Monmouth University gives you the opportunity to:
We can’t predict all of the kinds of new careers that await you upon graduation, but we can prepare you to become an active learner capable of adapting to the fast-paced 21st-century world.
By now you should be able to answer this question:
We take the charge of teaching you how to learn and prepare for your life after Monmouth very seriously. Every department in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences has a career mentor who coordinates practical experiences, internships, and alumni connections so that you can connect your classes with your aspirations. Career mentors organize networking events where you meet prospective employers and learn about career opportunities.
- Dean Stan Green
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences is dedicated to providing a balance of a rich, comprehensive, liberal arts education with the practical concerns of finding gainful employment. Monmouth University remains committed to experiential education and personalized attention that affords students both a breadth and depth of experience. Students who are entering school now will emerge to a world with new career options and job paths that didn’t exist when they were seniors in high school. Students who study broadly across multiple disciplines will find themselves better equipped to adapt to the changing global economy and use the skill set they develop to become leaders in any field they enter.