To enhance your studies and gain valuable work experience, consider completing an undergraduate research project or internship. Additional career development resources are available through the ArtsForce program, an event- and workshop-based initiative for Fine Arts students that provides you with networking and professional skills. Upon completion of the Arts Technology program, the skills you learned can be applied to careers in journalism, photography, writing, film editing and production, choreography, visual and multimedia design, or animation.
Academic and Career Opportunities
If you want to get involved in your department, consider joining the Ethnic Studies Student Advisory Committee or the ASUU Diversity Board. Based on the major pursued in conjunction with the Asian Pacific American Studies minor, students can find work in industries like government, business, and education. Consider a career in human resources, public relations, or journalism, or continue your education at the graduate level to become a professor, administrator, or lawyer.
- Division of Ethnic Studies
- School for Cultural & Social Transformation
- Department Advising
- Career & Professional Development Center