Liberal Studies

CSU, Chico Catalog Description

Some graduates with Liberal Studies degrees have pursued one or more of the following occupations:
Adult Education Teacher
Alumni Relations Coordinator
Athletic Coach
Athletic Director
Child Life Specialist
Creative Writer
Copy Writer
Curriculum Specialist
Customer Service Representative
Day Care Administrator
Education Administrator
Education  Researcher
Elementary School Teacher
English as a Second Language Teacher
Grant Writer
Guidance Counselor
Historic Site Administrator
Instructor - College/University
Legislative Assistant
Library Technician
Manager Trainee
Media Specialist
Museum Instructor
Museum Manager
Non-Profit Organization Personnel
Occupational Therapist
Policy Analyst
Public Relations Representative
Preschool Administrator
Recreation Leader
Registrar/Admissions Director
Resource Teacher
Sales Manager
School Counselor
School Psychologist
Secondary School Teacher
Social Services Volunteer
Special Ed. Administrator
Speech Pathologist
Speech Writer
Student Services Advisor
Teacher - Special Education
Training Specialist
Vocational Rehab. Counselor


  • Typically co -curricular activities, work experience and/or internships are essential (in addition to earning a college degree) to be competitive in the job market upon graduation.
  • Some occupations may require advanced degrees and/or training (check with the Career Center regarding your target occupations).
  • Please visit the Career Center (SSC 270) early in your college experience to get ideas on how to build your resume.

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