What Can I Do with a Liberal Arts Degree?
Information Resource Management
(English, Mathematics, Anthropology, Political Science, History, Sociology)
- Computer Industry Sales - sell information management products; train customers; requires degree and high degree of computer literacy
- Product Support Technician - respond to questions from the public on all aspects of applications and the benefits of their use, solve problems online,analyze hardware and software needs,write sales proposals; requires high degree of computer literacy
- Database Search Specialist - conduct extensive Internet and Intranet search for legal, political, economic, and other relevant information, analyze data for management presentation, establish info retrieval procedures and systems, train staff in use of systems; requires expertise in information retrieval
- Documentation Specialist - write and edit user manuals, product info bulletins, and product assembly guides, participate in suystems specification and design, produce promotionals material and ad copy; requires degree in English or related field, familiarity with wide range of computer industry products, writing experience
- Assistant Archivist - assist in planning, selection, acquisition, preservation, and public accessiblity of manuscript and government record collection, collaborate in grant and budget writing, supervise volunteers; requres archival experience and/or database and info retrieval experience
- Assistant Librarian - provide legal and nonlegal reference services using online and print sources, and assisting info resource department in administrative and marketing activities; requires MLS or equivalent experience
- Museum Educator - plan, promote, and conduct museum education programs, coordinate school programs and special events, train and supervise docents, prepare budgets, evaluate education programs; requires degree in history, anthropology, museum studies or related field
- Curatorial Assistant - assist in collections management, design and manage reference materials, maintain and develop archives, arrange exhibits, manage interns; requires degree in history or related field
Building 5, Room 310
M-F 8:45 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.