What can I do with this Major?

Majoring in African and African American Studies challenges students with a high level of critical thinking encouraging the growth of knowledge beyond the bounds of the traditional college program. Learning about and tackling important societal issues such as poverty and healthcare provides an understanding that will allow a graduate to stand out to potential employers.

Education

 
Area and Cultural Studies Professor $75,130.00
Elementary School Teacher $65,150.00
High School Teacher $55,150.00
History Professor $69,280.00
Missionary Worker $46,960.00
Librarian $55,670.00
Middle School teacher $53,550.00
Student Admissions Administrator $95,340.00
Student Affairs Administrator $95,340.00

Government

 
Social Welfare Administrator $61,240.00
Social Worker $40,770.00
Lobbyist $59,370.00
Family Caseworker $48,340.00
Congressional Aide $56,000.00

Healthcare

 
Public Health Service Officer $167,280.00
Health Case Manager $41,350.00
Occupational Therapist $70,680.00
Social Psychologist $84,220.00

Other

 
Museum Curator $52,330.00
Public Relations Manager $101,850.00
Public Relations Specialist $59,370.00
Sociologist $76,190.00
Writer/Author $64,560.00
Anthropologist $57,230.00
Community Organization Worker $29,880.00
Conciliator $63,250.00
Copy Writer $64,560.00
Historian $56,350.00
Historical Archivist $49,600.00
Labor Relations Advisor $59,070.00
Clergy Member $46,960.00

Follow the links below to lists of careers matched to various degrees: