Careers - New Saint Andrews College

Careers

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swisarmyknifeA liberal arts education is the most vocationally viable degree. Rather than being narrowly trained in one area of specialty, a liberal arts degree gives you the freedom to pursue any number of careers and callings.

In addition to their callings as husbands, wives, fathers, mothers, church members and citizens, graduates have gone on to pursue careers in fields such as business, writing, law, economics, teaching, technology, and the ministry, and advanced study at places like Oxford, Duke, Notre Dame, and Vanderbilt.

 

Here are just some of the job titles and graduate schools of our NSA alumni:

Jobs

Accountant
Administrative Assistant
Attorney
Author
Baker
Carpenter
Chef
Chief Executive Officer
Communications Consultant
Communications Coordinator
Contractor
Customer Service Representative
Director of Operations
Editor
Emergency Medical Technician
Emergency Room Nurse
Engineer
Entrepreneur
Evangelist
Events Coordinator
Farmer
Filmmaker
Financial Analyst
Fireman
Graphic Designer
Headmaster
Insurance Broker
Interior Designer
Investment Advisor
Lieutenant

Literary Agent
Manager
Midwife
Missionary
Mortgage Consultant
Nanny
Nurse
Office Manager
Owner
Paramedic
Pastor
Photographer
Poet
President
Producer
Professor
Programmer
Rancher
Real Estate Appraiser
Realtor
Salesman
Secretary
Surgical Assistant
Teacher
Technical Writer
Vice President
Videographer
Webmaster
Wedding Planner
Writer

Graduate Institutions

Boise State University
Duke Law
Gonzaga University
Greyfriars’ Hall Ministerial Training Program
Lewis-Clark State College Nursing School
Liberty Law
Liberty University
New Saint Andrews College
Princeton University
Reformed Theological Seminary
Regent Law School
Regent University
St. John’s College
University of Dallas
University of Edinburgh
University of Florida
University of Idaho Law School
University of Kentucky
University of Notre Dame
University of Oxford
University of Stellenbosch
University of Toronto
University of Wales
Vanderbilt University
Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam
Westminster Seminary California
Westminster Theological Seminary
Wharton School of Business