Liberal Arts and Sciences careers and subsequent Master's programs
In the Bachelor Liberal Arts and Sciences you acquire knowledge and skills that enable you to, for example, work as a policy officer, researcher or business consultant. Thanks to the interdisciplinary nature of the program it equips you to approach complex issues from different angles. Your broad development and well-trained communication skills will give you wide and varied career opportunities.
Possible jobs Liberal Arts and Sciences
Most students choose to do a Master's program after obtaining their Bachelor's degree. You will have favorable career prospects with Liberal Arts and Sciences. Graduates find jobs at, for example, an international company, university, cultural institution, the ministry, or an NGO.
What can you do with a Liberal Arts and Sciences degree?
- A policy advisor is responsible for creating policy relating to culture or science for example, and making sure it's carried out in the organization. You analyze problems, create a plan to improve and propose that plan to management. You are also responsible for the implementation of new policy, and advising others on the application of policy.
- As a business consultant, you advise businesses and organizations on how to improvement their processes. Think, for example, of improving company culture in the business, or finding the right visual representation of an organization's values. You analyse a problem, often from an outsider perspective, and provide possible solutions. Sometimes you help an organization implement these solutions as well.
- A researcher is always looking for answers to questions raised in society, science, businesses, or government. You spot a problem and start looking for solutions to that problem. With your insight and findings, you are always working on improving society.
Graduates go on to work, for example, at the European Commission, Plan International, ASML or PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
Subsequent Master's programs Liberal Arts and Sciences
After getting your Bachelor's degree, you could start looking for a job, but you will significantly improve your chances by doing a Master's program.
With Liberal Arts and Sciences, you have a broad education that provides you with many options, both within Tilburg University and beyond. Our graduates have been admitted to more than 150 different Master's programs worldwide. Below you will find a selection of Master's programs at Tilburg University that graduates have chosen before, sorted by major.
Some Master's programs require you to take specific courses during your Bachelor's program in order to be admitted. Make sure to check the application and admission page of the Master's program you are interested in. You can use the minor (30 ECTS) in year 3 to include (part of) the required courses in the curriculum of your Bachelor's.
Business and Economics
Social Sciences: Human Behavior
- MSc Human Resource Studies
- MSc Organization and Management Studies
- MSc Organization and Management Studies, track: Organizing for Global Social Challenges
- MSc Sociology, track: Politics, Policy and Societal Development
- MSc International Management
- MSc Data Science and Society
- MSc Communication and Information Sciences
- MA Culture Studies, track: Management of Cultural Diversity
Arts and Humanities: Past - Present - Future
- MA Kunst- en Cultuurwetenschappen, met keuze uit diverse tracks:
- MA Filosofie, met keuze uit diverse tracks:
Law in an International Context
Cognitive Neuroscience: Brain and Cognition
- MSc Communication and Information Sciences, track Communication and Cognition
- MA Philosophy, track Philosophy of Mind and Psychology
- MSc Cognitive Neuropsychology
- MSc Research Master in Psychology: Individual Differences and Assessment
- MA Research Master in Linguistics and Communication Sciences
A complete overview of the Master's programs offered by Tilburg University can be found here.
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