What can I do with a minor in logic?

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  • Law Clerk
  • Political Campaign Strategist
  • Legislative Aide
  • Market Planning Consultant

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Employers in NY: 129
Employers in the U.S.: 2,202


Explore the numerous career fields related to your major

  • Programming
  • Systems development
  • Systems analysis
  • Software development
  • Network administration
  • Web administration
  • Technical support
  • Training
  • Computer services companies
  • Software publishers
  • Internet related companies
  • Financial institutions
  • Insurance companies
  • Consulting firms
  • Manufacturers
  • Telecommunications companies
  • Retailers
  • Healthcare organizations
  • Hotels and restaurants
  • Entertainment companies
  • Environmental management firms
  • Education institutions
  • City, state, and federal government
Sample occupations
  • Develop substantial knowledge of computer programming and software administration.
  • Take classes to earn relevant certifications.
  • Gain related experience through internships, part-time positions, or summer jobs.
  • Work in a campus computer lab or volunteer to maintain the website for a student organization.
  • Learn effective listening and verbal communication skills and how to work well with end users.
  • Stay on top of the latest developments in computer technology through reading journals and participating in professional associations.
  • Consider earning an advanced degree in computer science or management information systems.
  • Research degree requirements.
  • Exhibit patience and creativity for designing programs.
  • To advance into management, learn to effectively manage multiple projects and to meet deadlines.
  • Obtain experience with public speaking/teaching and learn to develop curriculum for training positions.
  • Research and development
  • Design
  • Production
  • Operations
  • Management
  • Teaching
  • Consulting
  • Sales and marketing
  • Law
  • Manufacturing
  • Healthcare
  • Engineering companies
  • Consulting companies
  • Industry
  • Local, state, and federal government
  • Colleges and universities
Sample occupations
  • Obtain relevant experience through co-ops or internships for industry-related career.
  • Develop strong verbal, written, teamwork and problem-solving skills.
  • Pursue Master of Science (MS), Master of Engineering (ME), or Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees for increased opportunities in management.
  • Obtain Ph.D. for teaching and research careers.
  • Learn federal, state and local government job application procedures.
  • Pursue Professional Engineering licensure.
Business Analytics
  • Data collection/Data mining
  • Experiment design
  • Data analysis
  • Decision analysis and modeling
  • Predictive analytics
  • Customer loyalty and selection programs
  • Marketing strategy development
  • Fraud detection
  • Applied statistics
  • Process optimization
  • Operations research/Management
  • Manufacturing design
  • Supply chain management
  • Information technology
  • Database administration
  • Program/Project management
  • Consulting
  • Service analytics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Behavioral analytics
  • Cyber security
  • Retail, online retail
  • Software and technology
  • Telecommunications
  • Financial services and banking
  • Insurance
  • Manufacturing
  • Consumer products
  • Sports
  • Supply chain
  • Transportation
  • Consulting
  • Entertainment
  • Hospitality
  • Healthcare
  • Government/Public sector
  • Nonprofit organizations
Sample occupations
  • Seek broad exposure to business principles while honing statistics and quantitative skills.
  • Gain relevant experience through an internship in an industry of interest.
  • Develop excellent information technology, database management, and programming skills.
  • Learn to use relevant software or tools such as Apache Hadoop, SQL, R, Python, and SPSS.
  • Earn industry certifications (e.g., SAS and Google).
  • Learn to work effectively on interdisciplinary teams and how to communicate data intensive information to colleagues.
  • Develop strong analytical skills and a logical approach to problem solving.
  • Get involved in campus organizations and seek leadership roles.
  • Conduct informational interviews with professionals to learn about various industries or functional areas because business analytics professionals can fit into a wide array of positions.
  • Consider earning a master’s degree to qualify for advanced opportunities.
  • Stay abreast of industry developments through professional societies and websites dedicated to business analytics, data mining, information technology, or other relevant topics.

General information and strategies

  • Logic students develop many transferable skills that can be can be utilized in a variety of careers and jobs, demonstrating the flexibility and capacity for growth that employers find valuable. These skills include analytical, organizational, research, as well as oral and written communication.
  • Other skills emphasized in this field that are attractive to employers are idea generation, problem formulation and problem solving, diverse data integration, adaptation to change, the ability to elicit hidden assumptions, persuasion, and summarization of complicated material.
  • It is important to identify potential career goals and seek out the experiences and education required to enter those fields.
  • Consider earning a minor or concentration in another discipline such as: mathematics, religion, science, business, political science, women’s studies, Eastern philosophy, sustainability or environmental studies.
  • Develop aptitudes for analytical thinking, logic, and statistics in order to apply logic to a broad range of professions such as law, government, finance, management, consulting, and related areas.
  • Work toward leadership roles.
  • Conduct informational interviews or shadow professionals in fields of interest.
  • Pursue Master of Science (MS), Master of Engineering (ME), or Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees for increased opportunities in management.