Graduates from this degree can expect to find employment in the fields of:

  • Community capacity building
  • Economic development
  • Human rights
  • Education
  • Food security
  • Health
  • Gender equity
  • Nonprofit and NGO leadership and management
  • International relations
  • Social entrepreneurship
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Policy and research
  • Environmental resource management and advocacy
  • Socially engaged cultural institutions

In addition, this program will provide you with tools, skills, and networks that are important for starting your own socially and ecologically engaged entrepreneurial enterprise.