Discover Careers

Students with a degree in creative studies are uniquely competitive among job-seeking graduates today. It is well recognized that creative study fosters methods of scholarship and production, critical thinking, and organizational skills that employers and research institutions alike find compelling. The following list is a sample of the possible careers students might seek with a degree from Art, Art History & Design at Notre Dame.

Animator / Motion Designer
Antiquarian Book Trade
Antiques Dealer
Architectural Conservation
Art Advisor
Art Appraisal
Art Conservationist
Art Consulting
Art & Estate Appraiser
Art Galleries & Auction Houses
Art Historian
Art Institution Administration
Art Investment Consultant
Art Law and Law Enforcement
Art Librarian
Art Production Manager
Arts Writer
Automotive Design
Book Designer
Brand Identity Developer
Business Design Strategy

 

 

Chief Experience Office
Clothing and Footwear
Collection Management
Communication Design
Corporate Designer
Creative Director
Curatorial Work
Designer for Advertising
Designer for Marketing 
Designer for Public Relations
Digital Imaging Specialist
Engineering Design
Environmental Design
Environmental Graphic Designer
Exhibition Installation
Exhibition Organizer
Experience Design
Freelance Collection Manager
Freelance Writing
Game Designer

Governmental Agencies Illustrator
Grant Writing Specialist
Historical Preservation Coordinator
Industrial Designer
Interactive Designer
Interface Designer
Interior Design
Journalist
Kitchen and Bath Design
Layout Artist
Magazine Designer
Multimedia Developer
Museum Education
Museum Technician
Packaging Design
Photo Editor
Photography Studio Assistant
Preservation & Conservation
Product Designer and Developer
Product Rendering

Professional Artist
Professional Photographer
Print Designer
Professor
Publishing
Retail Design
Sensory Design
Structural Designer
Teaching
Toy and Game Design
Typeface Designer
User Interface Design
Visual Resource Curator
Web Designer