Versatile skills for everywhere
The conversation usually goes something like this…
“What are you going to study? What are you going to do with that major?”
We know that the outcome is king of any college commitment, so we help you build versatile skills that will make you marketable, hirable and secure. We’ll help you discover your passion. So you can let your curiosity move you.
Your degree in global studies will lay the groundwork for a career in any number of fields. You may wish to pursue positions in local, state or national government, diplomacy and international security, education and non-profit organizations in your hometown or around the world.
You might also choose to pursue prestigious critical language scholarships, graduate or professional schools such as law, medicine or other health care areas.What can I do with this major?
Some careers of recent graduates
- Americorps Member, Americorps
- Bilingual Case Manager, Friendship Home
- Program Coordinator, El Centro de las Americas
- Civic Engagement & Organizing Coordinator, Border Action Network
- Diplomat Assistant, China Foreign Diplomat Service
- Clerical Assistant II, The Vets Team
- Coordinator of Refugee Workforce Readiness, Lincoln Literacy
- Financial Associate, TD Ameritrade
- Fulbright Scholar: Czech Republic, South Korea, Albania, and more.
- Japanese Language Instructor, Asian Community Center
- International Trade Assistant, USDA Foreign Ag Service
- Management and Program Analyst, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security
- Program Analyst, U.S. Citizens & Immigration Services (USCIS)
- Sales Executive, True World Foods
- State Data Administrator, Nebraska Democratic Party
- Second Lieutenant, United States Army
The real question is: Where will your curiosity move you?