Africana Studies Major (BA)
As an Africana studies major at the University of Lynchburg, you’ll:
- Work in the local community as part of your capstone project — thanks to the Center for Community Development and Social Justice (CCDSJ).
- Complete an internship, or study abroad in Uganda or South Africa!
- Look at the world from all angles: Africana studies combines courses in history and political science with literature, music, and psychology.
What can I do with an Africana studies degree?
- Human resources specialist
- Import specialist
- Information analyst
- Intelligence operations specialist
- IT specialist
- Law enforcement specialist
- Tourism professional
Ghislaine Lewis, PhD
Assistant Professor of Communication Studies
Co-chair of the Africana Studies Department