Saint Vincent College arts, education and humanities alumni step into top graduate programs and the workforce with flexible minds that have been sharpened by broad knowledge and critical thinking. Why does it matter? Microsoft executives recently explained how the future of work requires a mix of hard and soft skills:
"As computers behave more like humans, the social sciences and humanities will become even more important,” they wrote. “Languages, art, history, economics, ethics, philosophy, psychology and human development courses can teach critical, philosophical and ethics-based skills that will be instrumental in the development and management of AI solutions.”
As data and technology touches all occupations, from pre-school teacher to lawyer, advertising creative to music producer, we look forward, always forward.
97% of AHSS graduates (2015-2018) reported being enrolled in graduate/professional schools or employed in their field one year following graduation.