Africana Studies majors have gone on to work in African-American museums and cultural centers, in the Peace Corps or other service opportunities, and in education, law, medicine, social work, criminal justice, and the church.  For a wide range of potential careers for Africana Studies majors and minors, see the list at "What Can I Do With This Major?"

Africana Studies majors also often attend graduate school in African or African-American Studies, library science, anthropology, social work, sociology, education, medicine, and other fields in the social sciences. 

The Africana Studies degree from Luther College demonstrates a commitment to understanding the importance of a diverse educational background and a willingness to step outside of traditional disciplines in the pursuit of knowledge.