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Human Relations

Human Relations degrees prepare graduates for careers focusing on social change and the resolution of human relations problems. Students may plan studies which focus on such areas as counseling, women's studies, race relations, and organizational studies.


Career Opportunities

  • Advocacy Representative
  • Child Welfare Worker
  • Community Service Director
  • Counseling
  • Educational Materials
  • Educational Researcher Fundraising
  • Government Agency Worker
  • Management
  • Market Research
  • Marketing Representative
  • Museum Technician
  • Police Work
  • Program Director
  • Public Health Educator
  • Public Relations
  • Research Assistant
  • Sales
  • Sales Representative
  • Teaching
  • Training Specialist
  • UN Research Worker

Related Skills


Hiring Institutions

  • Adoption and Childcare
  • Advertising Departments
  • Business Corporations
  • Churches
  • Colleges and Schools
  • Community Organizations
  • Correctional Institutions
  • Court Systems
  • Education Department
  • Educational Periodicals
  • Government Agencies
  • Civil Rights Commission
  • Housing and Urban Development
  • Labor Department
  • Peace Corps
  • Labor Relations Board
  • Veteran's Administration
  • Hospitals
  • Labor Unions
  • Market Research Firms
  • Personnel Departments
  • International Aide Organizations

Personal Attributes


Career Paths of Recent Graduates

Related Websites

University of Oklahoma Department of Human Relations
Oklahoma Department of Human Services
Oklahoma State Agency Directory
Social Service
Human Resources Jobs (from the Society of Human Resource Management)
Non-Profit Career Network
USA Jobs
Community Career Center
United States Department of Health & Human Services
Corporation for National & Community Service