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Liberal Arts & Humanities Degrees and Programs Offered in Ohio (OH)


Liberal arts and humanities degrees in Ohio cover several areas. Liberal arts usually encompass core undergraduate studies and several majors. Humanities are typically part of that curriculum. Both encompass several different majors and careers, some seemingly having nothing to do with each other, such as law enforcement and musical performance.

Liberal arts and humanities degrees in Ohio cover many majors

Some employers prefer any college degree for their hires, from sales to administration to retail management. However, several require degrees specific to the field, or an equivalent. The Bureau of Labor Statistics and Ohio Department of Jobs and Families have salary and growth projections for a few of those occupations that strongly prefer or require liberal arts and humanities degrees in OH.

College art, drama, and music teachers: The annual mean salary in Ohio as of May 2009 was $63,820, with 7.4 percent projected job growth between 2008 and 2018. More jobs are available to those with graduate work and experience.

Clinical, counseling and school psychologists: As of May 2009 the mean annual salary was $80,470, with just 4.9 percent job growth projected between 2008 and 2018. To be a licensed psychologist, you'll need your doctorate degree. Industrial-organizational psychologists require a master's degree.

Graphic designers: In May 2009 the mean annual salary reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics was $42,410, with 6.3 percent projected growth between 2008 and 2018.

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