What can you do with Latin American Studies?

What can you do with Latin American Studies?

Latin American Studies is an interdisciplinary program, featuring major and minor options. In an increasingly interconnected world, ideas of confining national boundaries, static cultures, and single-language sufficiency are being transcended. With that in mind, Vanderbilt’s Center for Latin American Studies’ goal is to equip its students with tools that will help them work across both disciplinary and geopolitical borders. CLAS strives to provide solid foundations in the history, politics, culture, additional languages, and economics. When considering your academic track, remember that potential employers may be just as focused on an individual’s versatility of skills and types of achievement as any other measure of education.

After Latin American Studies

Possible career routes following training in Latin American Studies:

Admissions Counselor
Archivist
Attorney
Business Manager
Community Affairs Expert
Conflict Mediator
Consultant
Counselor
Cultural Affairs Officer
Customer Relations Representative
Customs and Immigration Official
Educator
Federal Agent
Hospitality Manager
Human Resources Professional
Import/Export Specialist
International Financial Advisor
International Relations Professional
Interpreter
Journalist
Non-profit Administrator
Overseas Representative
Peace Corps Worker
Professor
Politician
Public Administrator
Public Policy Expert
Public Relations Consultant
Social Worker
Translator
Travel Supervisor

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