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One of the most versatile degrees offered at ASU, and the first of its kind in Arizona, the Ethnicity, Race, and First Nations program focuses on how these concepts shape identity and policy in American and beyond. Students will engage in internships to directly understand how these concepts interact in the real-world, preparing them for careers in the political and social sectors.
The School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies offers a BA in ethnicity, race and First Nations studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at ASU's West campus.
The first such program in Arizona, this program provides an integrated, comparative and comprehensive approach to the study of diversity among ethnic and racial groups and First Nations. A highlight of the program is the internship, which fosters direct links between the university and community-based settings. Both theoretical and applied perspectives are embedded in a curriculum addressing how ethnicity, race and First Nations shape identities, literacies, public policies and communities in local and transnational U.S. contexts. Students identify a career area enabling them to integrate their knowledge with specific coursework tied to their career and advanced educational goals.
Ethnicity, Race and First Nations Studies (BA)
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, New College of
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Rapid socioeconomic change, changing demographics, increased global competition and rapid cultural diversification have created an increasing need for workers and citizens knowledgeable about diverse ethnic and racial groups. Graduates of this program are well-positioned to enter the workforce and function effectively and critically as informed citizens in a diverse and complex society.
Students who complete this degree program may be prepared for the following careers. Advanced degrees or certifications may be required for academic or clinical positions. Career examples include but are not limited to:
|Social and Human Service Assistants||11.4%||$29,790|
|Communications Teachers, Postsecondary||9.7%||$62,550|
|Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other||8.2%||$41,420|
|Area, Ethnic, and Cultural Studies Teachers, Postsecondary||15.1%||$68,950|
|Investment Fund Managers||3.9%||$105,060|
|Reporters and Correspondents||-8.5%||$36,000|
|Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary||9.7%||$73,790|
|Public Relations Specialists||6.2%||$55,680|
|Regulatory Affairs Managers||3.9%||$105,060|
|Social and Community Service Managers||9.5%||$62,740|
|Loss Prevention Managers||3.9%||$105,060|
|Supply Chain Managers||3.9%||$105,060|
* Data obtained from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).