Careers for graduates with a degree in Africana Studies are available throughout the United States, with the greatest concentration in metropolitan areas. Graduates with a bachelor degree have secured positions in Business, Healthcare, Medicine, Urban Planning, Education, Law and many other fields. We can't wait to see where your Africana Studies degree will lead you!

Possible Careers/Fields for Africana Studies Graduates

Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department
Cultural or inter-group relations
Community Development
Education
Foreign Affairs
Historian
International Affairs
Journalist
Legislative Aide (Law)
Linguist
Museum Administrators
Preservationist
Public Health
Public Relations
Public Sector in central cities and urban institutions
Research Associate
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Urban Planning 

Related Graduate Programs

Brown University: MA & Ph.D. in Africana Studies

Florida International University: MA & Combined MA/PhD degrees in African & African Diaspora Studies

Harvard University: MA and Ph.D. in African and African American Studies

New York University: MA Africana Studies

Northwestern University: MA & Ph.D. African American Studies

Temple University: MA & Ph.D. in African American Studies

University of Pennsylvania: Ph.D. in Africana Studies

Yale University: MA & Ph.D. program in African American Studies