Many of our graduates become professionally engaged in the visual arts. Many of the art history graduates pursue careers as elementary and high school school teachers, museum professionals, and gallery and/or art center directors or assistants. Others have interest in art conservation. Some graduates pursue the Master’s degree in art history, museum studies, or arts management; several have continued to the PhD level in art history, which opens up the opportunity for a career as a museum curator or a college professor, alumnae have earned graduate degrees. Other graduates have found the training in critical thinking, writing, organization, and analyze useful in non-arts related careers.
The Rosemarie Sena Center for Career Development is dedicated to helping students transition successfully from college to career. Staff members provide career-related assessment, occupational/vocational exploration, decision-making skills development, and job search and/or graduate school assistance.