The Online Application for Graduation (OAG) for fall 2013 will be open May 22 - June 15. All students who want to graduate in the fall must file one.
Historical and sociological methods, skills, and data are used in virtually every profession.
Managers and owners of businesses, for example, analyze and report on economic, social, political, and technical change in much the same way History, Technology, and Society (HTS) students do. HTS majors are trained to be good researchers, writers, and speakers. It is no surprise, therefore, that HTS students have gone on to careers in a wide variety of fields, including:
To help you prepare for your career after Georgia Tech, we encourage you to contact Lanie Damon, the career counselor for the School of History, Technology, and Society. You can also visit Career Services and use their library of career search materials.
Following are links to materials that might be helpful in the job search process, preparing for career fairs and interviews, and in exploring potential careers.
The following are graduates of the HTS degree program who have embarked upon successful careers: