Consider the possibilities

Want some space to explore your options, learn valuable skills, and find a career that's going to keep you motivated and interested? Whether you want to build a solid base of knowledge before graduate school, or you want a degree that will open doors to a range of exciting career opportunities, a liberal arts and sciences degree will help you achieve that goal.

We have alumni working all over the world in a variety of fields – from communications and law to military and music. For Mount Allison graduates, there are endless possibilities after graduation.

Meet our alumni

Eilish ElliottEilish Elliott ('15)
Bachelor of Arts, honours international relations 

Bridging the divide – learn how one of Eilish's mandatory language courses helped her land a rewarding job at ParlAmericas, the network of the national legislatures of member states of the Organization of American States.


Danielle Lenarcic BissDanielle Lenarcic Biss ('14)
Bachelor of Arts, psychology

Being proactive – read about how Danielle was hired by Universities Canada working as a research, policy, and internal relations coordinator within two weeks of graduation.


Dr. Robert HawkesDr. Robert Hawkes ('72)
Bachelor of Science, physics

Learning to think – discover how Robert combined physics and education degrees to launch a long, satisfying academic career.


Christinia VroomChristina Vroom ('96)
Bachelor of Arts, French language and literature

Reinventing herself – learn how Christina developed the communication skills she uses every day as an Associate Director in University Advancement for the Faculty of Dentistry at McGill University.


Kylie de ChastelainKylie de Chastelain ('14)
Bachelor of Arts, honours Canadian studies and sociology

Travelling the road to Rhodes – read how Kylie's Mount Allison degree led to an exciting career with an innovative healthcare start-up.


Steven BlackSteven Black ('15)
Bachelor of Arts, honours psychology

Taking new approaches – find out how Steven is applying a liberal arts perspective to his new career in the Canadian military.


Heather WebsterHeather Webster ('15)
Bachelor of Arts, international relations

Exploring her interests – discover how Heather mapped out her career with the goal of helping Canada's healthcare, while continuing her music studies.