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Career Resources

What can I do with my Trent degree?

This resource allows students to explore potential career avenues. Use this tool to research, investigate and discover how you can use your degree-related knowledge, skills and experiences in the workforce. Your interests, values, personality, and abilities are important personal aspects to reflect on during this process. 

There are many options for graduating students.  Everything from applying your skills to a specific careers, deciding to take further education or deciding to take time off.  This resource is only one tool to assist you in exploring career options.

Check out your major(s):

   Introduction

   Ancient History and Classics

   Anthropology

   Arts and Science

   Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

   Biology

  Biomedical Science

   Business Administration

   Canadian Studies

   Chemistry

  Child and Youth Studies (Trent Durham only)

   Computing and Information Systems

   Cultural Studies

   Economics

   Education

   English Literature

   Environmental & Resource Science/Studies

   Forensic Science

   Gender & Women's Studies

   Geography

   History

   Indigenous Enviromental Studies

   Indigenous Studies

   International Development Studies

   Journalism

  Kinesiology

   Mathematics

  Media Studies

   Modern Languages and Literatures

   Nursing

   Philosophy

   Physics

   Political Studies

   Psychology

   Social Work

   Sociology

   Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems

   Water Sciences

This resource was developed by researching other universities, reviewing related associations and speaking with Trent academic departments. These printable tip sheets are living documents that will be updated as new information is discovered.  Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to send comments and suggestions.