College of Arts & Sciences
Internships & Careers

Internship and career opportunities for those with a bachelor's degree in Africana and Diaspora studies include education, community organization, public administration, government, business, the arts, libraries, museums and communication.

A bachelor's degree in Africana and Diaspora studies is an excellent foundation for graduate school. Opportunities for continued studies include Master of Arts and Ph.D. programs in Africana and Diaspora studies, history, literature and the social and behavioral sciences. Professional graduate degree programs in social work, law, public administration, museum studies and arts administration are options.

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