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What to do with an English degree?
A degree in English provides students with skills that are sought after by a wide range of employers in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Many students benefit from pursuing their passion for writing and literature during their degree and then translating the practical skills attained at university into other fields. That said, a degree in the liberal arts is not job training in itself; those who achieve the greatest success after pursuing literary studies take care to craft their careers and hone their skills throughout all of their courses, extra-curricular activities, voluntary contributions, and paid work.
The rigorous demands of Brock's English department ensure that our students develop a slate of skills that are always in demand:
Skills like these distinguish our graduates and open doors in fields like these:
|Advertising writers||Literacy program coordinators|
|Bloggers||Media relations officers|
|College instructors||Policy analysts|
|Copywriters||Public relations officers|
|Document reviewers||Research officers|
|English teachers abroad||Social media writers|
|ESL teachers||Speech writers|
|Grant writers||Technical writers|
|Journalists||Video game writers|