Degrees and coursework in CRES, AAAS, and LTNO are recognized by potential employers seeking qualifications and expertise in diversity and multicultural competency. This is a particularly valued quality in fields including, but not limited to:
- Social work
- Health sciences
- Environmental science
- Civil engineering
- Criminal justice
- Public health
- Public policy
- Public administration
- Human resources
- Performing arts
CRES also prepares you for advanced graduate study in all of the fields above; in interdisciplinary programs in ethnic studies, American studies, women and gender studies; and in traditional liberal arts disciplines, including English, history, political science, religion, anthropology, sociology, modern languages, Spanish and many more.
At TCU, you’ll have access to a career consultant who works with CRES students. Schedule one-on-one meetings with your career coach who will assess and analyze what you need most. You’ll learn how courses, internships and service projects can broaden the experience on your resume. Learn more about everything career services has to offer your major.
Career Consultant to AddRan College of Liberal Arts
For more information about job opportunities, please visit the Center for Career & Professional Development.Center for Career & Professional Development