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Humanities and Social Sciences

Humanities and Social Science graduates can become .....

  • Journalists
  • Politicians
  • Research Assistants
  • Administrative Officers in government and the private sector
  • Managers in the retail industry
  • Members of the diplomatic corps
  • Trade Representatives between two countries
  • Overseas Business Co-ordinators
  • Human Resources Consultants
  • Social Science Researchers
  • Writers and Editors
  • Management Trainees
  • Members of the Armed Services
  • Media Assistants/Media Relations Officers
  • Trade Mark Examiners
  • Broadcasters Communication Advisers
  • Information Officers
  • Advisory Officers
  • Policy Analysts
  • Publications Assistants
  • Accountants
  • Librarians
  • Teachers at primary and secondary level
  • Business Consultants
  • Computing Consultants
  • Human Resources Managers
  • Community Welfare and Social Workers
  • Consultants and Managers in the tourism and hospitality industries
  • Marketing and Advertising Consultants
  • Counsellors
  • Psychologists
  • Curators of museums
  • Police Officers, Detectives and Investigators
  • Industrial Relations Consultants

Information on other subjects in the Humanities and Social Sciences include:

Anthropology Film Philosophy
Art History History Political Science & International Relations
Asian & European Languages Linguistics and Applied Language Studies Religious Studies
Classics Māori Studies Social Science Research
Criminology Media Studies Sociology
English Pacific Studies and Samoan Studies Theatre
    Women's Studies