Students with a Bachelor of Arts in Education, Communities and Organizations can pursue careers in a plethora of professional fields.

  • Advocacy and Outreach
  • Arts Education and Museums
  • Business, Human Resources and Professional Development
  • Coaching (Athletics)
  • Communications
  • Community Development
  • Counseling and Social Services
  • Development/Advancement
  • Environmental Education
  • Healthcare
  • Higher Education and Student Affairs
  • Law
  • Policy
  • Elementary Education*
  • Secondary Education*
  • Special Education
  • Research
  • Youth development and After School Programs

* Requires state-specified content courses as electives and master’s level teaching certificate.

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