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Sexuality

What can I do with my degree?

About the program

Interdisciplinary studies in Sexuality’s areas of focus include the study of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex, queer, asexual, heterosexual, pansexual, monogamous, non-monogamous, and polyamourous lives, at the intersections of feminism, gender, race, class, politics, culture and more. Courses highlight Indigenous, Black, migrant, diasporic, transnational, decolonizing, postcolonial, disability, and other critical frameworks. As a student in this program, you’ll cross traditional disciplinary boundaries by engaging with sexuality in areas like art history, film, biology, religion, and sociology and you'll have the opportunity to gain first-hand experience with many different communities that shape the arts, public health, advocacy, and activism. For the latest information on programs, visit the Interdisciplinary Studies in Sexuality page.

Skills developed

As a student in Religions and Cultures, you will have the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills listed in below. Your transferrable skills can be applied to many different jobs and situations that go beyond this field.

Potential work settings

Below are examples of work settings where you can gain experience and develop your skills in your field of study. For more information about employers hiring in your field, visit the Student Success Resource Centre.

  • Advertising Agencies
  • Child & Youth Protection Agencies
  • Civil/Human Rights Agencies
  • Community and Public Health Services
  • Counselling Centres
  • Crisis Centres
  • Educational Institutions
  • Family Services Organizations
  • Government
  • Group Homes
  • Health Care Centers/Facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Housing
  • Judicial Systems, Law Firms and Legal Aid Services
  • LGBTQ Community Services
  • Lobbying Groups
  • Management Consulting Firms
  • Market Research Firms
  • Mental Health Clinics
  • Newspapers, Magazines and Publishing Companies
  • Non-Governmental/Non-Profit Organizations
  • Police Departments
  • Public Interest and Policy Groups
  • Public Relations Firms
  • Radio, Television and Film
  • Rehabilitation Centres/Facilities
  • Research Organizations
  • Sexology Clinics
  • Sexual Assault Centres
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases Clinics
  • Shelters
  • Social Service Agencies
  • Special Education Centers
  • Volunteer Services
  • Women Rights and Services Organizations  

Career Possibilities – Bachelor degree

Please note that many positions listed below may require related extra-curricular activities, volunteer or work experience.

For details on these job titles, main duties and employment requirements visit Canada’s National Occupational Classification (NOC).


Career possibilities – Beyond the bachelor degree

The job titles listed below are examples of careers requiring further education such as an MA or PhD degree, a second bachelor degree, a certificate or a graduate diploma and relevant work experience.

For details on these job titles, main duties and employment requirements visit Canada’s National Occupational Classification (NOC).

  • College Teacher
  • Consultant
  • Family Counsellor
  • Forensic Psychologist
  • Journalist
  • Lawyer
  • Marriage Counsellor
  • Mediator
  • Psychologist/Psychotherapist
  • Public Relations Specialist
  • Sexologist
  • Sexuality Counsellor
  • Social Worker
  • Sociologist
  • Teacher
  • University Professor
  • Youth Counsellor

Start your job search

Explore career options

Explore the types of jobs for each industry and find out about required skills, education level and salary ranges in Canada:

Occupation - Government of Canada Job Bank: Find out about job prospects, wages and skills for specific job titles. You can use the job titles listed in the Career Possibilities – Bachelor degree and Career Possibilities – Beyond the bachelor degree for your search.

Field of study – Government of Canada Job Bank : Find out about employment rates, wages and the types of jobs related to a specific field of study.

Search job titles or companies - LinkedIn: Search by job title or field of study. You can also find out what type of positions individuals with the same degree as you have occupied.

Career Cruising

Explore your interests, learn about careers and find jobs on the Career Cruising website. Find the link and login information in the Student Hub's My CU Account.


Search for jobs

Browse the websites below to find jobs available in Quebec and Canada related to your field of study. You can also search the CAPS online job bank or find employers in Canada that hire new graduates in your field.

Career resources 

For those who need more help with their career and educational planning, the Student Success Resource Centre (H-757) offers books, pamphlets, DVDs and recommended websites.

Book an appointment 

Want job search tips tailored to your goals and needs? Book an appointment with one of our Career Counsellors or Career Advisors by calling 514-848-2424, ext. 7345.*

*Only current Concordia students and recent alumni can access this service

Networking  and professional associations

Connect with professionals in the field and professional associations to find out what a day in your career of choice looks like. Professional associations websites also provide useful career descriptions and job hunting tips, and sometimes list job openings and potential employers. You can also attend one of our career workshops, career fairs or career panels to get a head start.

Here are a few recommended sites:



Contact us

514-848-2424, ext. 3921 / 7345

Locations

Sir George Williams Campus
Room H-745

Loyola Campus
Room AD-103

Office hours

Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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