Montana Area, Ethnic, & Cultural Studies Graduate Programs & Schools
Area, Ethnic, and Cultural Studies graduate programs are designed to educate students on specific global perspectives on the history, politics, economics, society, and culture of various world regions. Students combine deep knowledge of geographic areas and ethnicities with advanced work in the humanities and social sciences. Graduates go on to careers in government, business, education, journalism, and the non-profit sector. If you’re looking to grow intellectually and professionally, equipping yourself with the knowledge, expertise, and skills valued by a wide range of employers and organizations in today’s global economy, you may want to consider an area, ethnic, or cultural studies graduate degree.
There are several areas of geographic and/or cultural focus to choose from. If you’re interested in the Far East, you may be attracted to a degree in contemporary Chinese studies. Intrigued by the Near East? Then you’ll most likely gravitate toward an Egyptian studies program. If you’re looking for a broad degree, you should consider an interdisciplinary program such as multicultural studies.
Once you’ve decided on your area of interest, it’s helpful to filter your search be degree level. Many Master’s programs can be completed in 1-2 years, while Doctoral programs tend to be more research-based and can run between 2-6 years. Every search yields choices, for example; a Graduate Certificate in Peace Studies, Master in Jewish Studies, PhD in American Studies.
And what better way to study culture than by immersing yourself in its language and land? That’s right – You can further filter your graduate search by geographic location, making it that much easier to find your ideal domestic or international learning destination. So throw all hesitation to the wind and begin your search for the perfect cultural studies graduate program today!