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.   

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.