WHAT CAN I DO WITH A MAJOR IN 
East Asian Studies 

A bachelor’s degree in East Asian Studies can prepare one to pursue a broad range of academic and professional pursuits including business, law, government, diplomacy, education, trade, or journalism. Opportunities exist in both the public and private sectors. One will also be prepared for graduate school. 

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Admissions Counselor Instructional Coordinators
Advertising Account Manager Intelligence Specialist
Anthropologist Labor Relations Advisor
Anti-Terrorism Intelligence   Agent Librarian
Archaeologist Lobbyist
Area and Cultural Studies   Professor Market Research Analyst
Conciliator Missionary Worker
Congressional Aide Museum Curator
Copy Writer Public Health Service Officer
Equal Opportunity   Representative Public Relations Manager
Export Agent Public Relations Specialist
Foreign Language Interpreter Social and Community Service Managers
Foreign Language Teacher Social Psychologist
Foreign Language Translator Social Welfare Administrator
(Written Material)  
Foreign Service Officer Social Worker
Foreign Service Peacekeeping   Specialist Sociologist
Foreign Student Adviser Student Admissions Administrator
Government Service Executives Student Affairs Administrator
Historian Travel Writer (Journalist)
Historic Site Administrator Writer/Author
Historical Archivist  


This is just a sampling of titles, for a more comprehensive list and details on the professions including employment outlook and salary information, log into the Focus Program.

 

CS SPOTLIGHT: CAREERS IN EAST ASIAN STUDIES

THE JET PROGRAMME

 The Japan Exchange and Teaching Program seeks to help enhance internationalization in Japan by promoting mutual understanding between Japan and other nations. The program also aims to improve foreign language education in Japan and to encourage international exchange at the local level by fostering ties between Japanese youth and foreign youth. Learn More