African, Black and Caribbean Studies

The African, Black and Caribbean studies minor has special characteristics that will make you a valuable addition to prospective employers:

  • Knowledge of the history and cultural heritage of African-Americans
  • Potential to become a social activist
  • Ability to advise and create informed public policy
  • Strong communication, organizational, analytical, interpersonal and research skills
Possible Career Paths

Although this minor will prepare you for the following careers, advanced training/education may be required. Research careers/job titles that interest you to become aware of the requirements for this field:

Benefits Administrator
Budget Analysts
Business Teacher
Claims Adjuster/Examiner
Collection Specialist
Financial Aid Officer
Financial Analyst
Financial Planner
Forensic Accountant 
Industrial Buyer
Inventory Control Specialist
IRS Investigator
Loan Administrator
Operations Manager
Payroll Manager
Purchasing Agent
Research Analyst
Stock Broker
Systems Analyst
Tax Advisor
Tax Attorney
Tax Preparer

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For further information, please contact:

African, Black and Caribbean Studies
p – 516.877.4980

Center for Career and Professional Development
Nexus Building, Room 225
p – 516.877.3130

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