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Below are sample lists of careers and majors commonly associated with Languages/Culture. Please remember, many careers do not require a specific major; rather, employers are often more interested in the experiences you have had and the skills, interests, abilities, and strengths you have developed through these experiences that enhance your academic program. Use the links below to explore careers and majors.

If you need help organizing information, you may find the Majors Research Guide and/or Occupational Research Guide beneficial. The career coaches at the University Career Center are also available to help you explore your options. You can schedule an appointment online or by calling 785-864-3624.

Majors:

Anthropology

African and African American Studies

Classical Antiquity

Classical Languages

East Asian Languages and Cultures

French

Geography

Germanic Languages and Culture

Global and International Studies

History

Humanities and Western Civilization

Italian

Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Linguistics

Religious Studies

Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies

Slavic Languages and Literature

Sociology

Spanish

 

Careers:

Activist, Advocate/Organizer

Advocate

Anthropologist

Applied Anthropologist

Appointed/Elected Government Official

Archeologist

Archivist

Art Acquisition Specialist

Art Conserver

Art Consultant

Art Dealer

Art Librarian

Art Transporter

Attorney

Benefits Manager/Administrator

Biological Anthropologist

Broadcaster

Business Analyst

Cartographer

Case Worker

Civil Service Worker

Classifier

Clinical Social Worker

Collections Manager

College Professor

Community Services Specialist

Conservation/Preservation Specialist

Conservator

Copy Editor

Corporate Trainer

Corporation Legislative Issues Manager

Critic

Cultural Anthropologist

Cultural Resource Manager

Curator

Customs Officer

Data Analyzer

Demographer

Designer

Diplomat

Director of Visitor Services

Docent Coordinator

Document and Procedures Analyst

Ecologist

Economist

Editor

Education Coordinator

Equal Employment Opportunity Officer

Museum Curator

Museum Exhibit Designer

Museum Registrar

Museum Technician

Newspaper Editor

Paleoanthropologist

Paralegal

Park Guide

Physical Anthropologist

Policy Researcher/Analyst

Politician

Practicing Anthropologist

Preparator

Project Development Officer

Public Health Educator

Publicist

Publishing Assistant

Radio Announcer

Registrar

Reporter

Emergency Services Manager

English or Foreign Language Instructor

Environmentalist

Exhibit Designer

Fact Checker

Federal Government Analyst

Foreign Exchange Trader

Foreign Service Officer

Foundation President

Freelance Writer

Fundraising/Development Officer

Gallery Director

Genealogist

Gerontologist

Grant Writer

Historian

Historical Archeologist

Historical Researcher

History Teacher

Human Resources Specialist

Human Rights Advocate

Immigration Specialist/Analyst

Intelligence Analyst

International Correspondent

International Program Coordinator

International Relations Specialist

Interpretive Guide

Journalist - Language or Culture-Specific

Labor Relations Specialist

Lawyer - International, Travel, or Immigration Law

Legislative Aide

Legislative Analyst / Coordinator

Librarian

Linguist

Linguistic Anthropologist

Lobbyist

Management Consultant

Market Researcher

Marketing

Medical Anthropologist

Minister

Police Officer

Public Administrator

Public Relations Officer

Research Analyst

Researcher

Social Anthropologist

Social Worker - Immigrant Populations

Sociologist

Student Affairs Administrator

Study Abroad Coordinator

Teacher/Faculty

Technical Writer

Tour Guide

Trade Specialist

Training Specialist

Translator

Transportation Manager

Travel Agent

Travel Journalist

Urban Park Ranger

Urban Planner/Community Developer

Writer/Researcher

Youth Service Worker


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