A degree in Asian Studies opens doors in a wide range of industries from education to business, Humanitarian efforts, historic preservation, and advocacy and even health care, human services and law enforcement.
What can I do with this major?
Asian Studies Career Fields:
- Industry and Commerce
- Travel and Tourism
- Interpretation and Translation
- Service and Education
- Arts, Media, Entertainment
- Civil Service
- Immigration/ Naturalization
- Translation/ Interpretation- in a verity of settings, for example: legal, literary, and informal.
- Administrative Services
- Operations Management
- Travel Services/ Guidance
- Social Work
- Nonprofit or Public Interest Law
- Educational Administration: Student Affairs, Study Abroad Programs, International Houses or Cultural Centers, International Student Services
- International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language
- National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators
- National Association of International Educators
- American Institute for Foreign Study
- Peace Corps
- Defense Intelligence Agency
- Central Intelligence Agency
- International Journalists Network
- International Schools Services
- United Nations
- Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Council on Foreign Relations
- Intern Match: Internships in the Political Process.
- U.S.-Asia Relations Internships: Interns preferred to have graduated, and an interest in U.S.-Asia political relations.