Professional Opportunities

The Africana Studies curriculum is designed to prepare students for graduate study and careers in education, business, community development, federal, state, and municipal civil service, diplomatic service, research, and teaching on the elementary, secondary, and higher education levels. In short, there is so much you can do with an Africana Studies major after graduating, as you will have obtained an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary grounding that creates flexibility in critical thinking.  These heightened analytical skills prepare you for a wide range of career options and provide greater opportunities for adapting to various professional opportunities and roles.