Today’s knowledge-based economy depends on the humanistic skills of critical thinking, reading, writing, and speaking that you’ll master in our humanities bachelor’s degree program. These skills will not only put you in high demand, but professionals with humanities degrees also report being more satisfied in their careers than their peers.

So whether you want to become a writer, teacher, or curator and work in a library, school, or museum, you’ll have fostered a love of lifelong learning and be prepared to take advantage of a rewarding career and unlock your full earning potential.

Extraordinary Opportunity

Finishing your humanities degree at Rollins will unlock your professional potential.

  • $57K

    Average annual salary for education, training, and library occupations

    Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • 66%

    How much more people with a humanities degree earn on average than people with only a high school diploma

  • 920K

    New jobs in education, training, and library occupations projected to be added by 2030

    Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • 60%

    Projected job growth for careers in museums, parks, and historical sites in Orange County by 2030

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Top 10 Careers for Humanities Majors

With a degree in humanities, you’ll have the expertise to synthesize and interpret broad information, preparing you to pursue a range of career paths.

Interpreter or translator
Library technician
Public relations manager
School administrator

Where Our Grads Go

Our humanities grads are using the expertise, experience, and connections they developed at Rollins to enrich their communities and advance their careers.

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  • Seminole County Public Schools logo
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  • Seminole State College

Streamlined Admission

No application fee. No standardized tests required. No more excuses.