What job opportunities will the Army offer me if I get an undergrad in History, or Philosophy, and do ROTC?

Hi, I finish my associates in Liberal Arts/Humanities, at my community college, this semester and will be transferring to CUNY Lehman College. They offer Army ROTC, a History bachelors, and a Philosophy bachelors. My current GPA is a 3.7 Say I end with a 3.5 - 4.0 GPA at the end of my undergraduate degree, what jobs opportunities will the Army offer me? Thank you.

Asked By: Matt - 1/22/2010
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The Army gives a big rats a$$ what your degree is in (with the exception of the Engineers who favor though not require Engineering degrees and the Medical Corps, along with JAG and Chaplains of course... More
Answered By: redleg - 1/22/2010
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My husband has a History major and he ended up in the Chemical corps. Liberal arts are placed on the "needs of the Army", independently of GPA's. Only specific career such as medical, nursing, law, vet, music have secured mos. Good luck
Answered By: Blunt - 1/22/2010
where ever they need you. my father was a criminal justice major he ended up in signal corps. my friend was a physical therapist major and ended up in Infantry.
Answered By: Resilient - 1/22/2010
if you get through ROTC and receive a commission, you'll have the chance at any job you want. obviously it depends on how well you do. basically the #1 graduate at the academy gets his choice of job assuming there's an opening then #2, and so on down to ROTC then OTS. There's probably some overlap in there, meaning the... More
Answered By: Habib89 - 1/22/2010
Infantry, armor, field artillery, air-defense artillery, Signal Corps, could be d**n near anything.
Answered By: RDG78 - 1/22/2010
It really depends on the needs of the army. Often times, there are shortages of officers for the combat arms. There is a good chance it could be infantry, armor, or field artillery... More
Answered By: Thundercat - 1/22/2010
The very cool redesigned Army Officer Branch Orientation website should apprise you of the available opportunities... More
Answered By: Tom - 1/24/2010
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