Career Opportunities 

An undergraduate degree in African American studies is good preparation for graduate study in African American studies, as well as other areas such as business, education, history, international relations, law, political science, psychology, public administration, public health and social work. Career opportunities with a bachelor's degree in African American studies include employment in just about any industry from public and private schools to nonprofit organizations. The perspective fostered by an humanities degree in combination with excellent verbal and written communication skills are an asset for any career in the private or public sector. Part-time and summer jobs, internships and volunteer positions are critical to gaining the experience and skills that employers seek.

Bachelor Level Job Titles

Graduate and Professional Level Job Titles

Professional Associations and Resources

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