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Following their secondary education, many students will choose to pursue a bachelor’s degree. This type of degree typically takes four years to complete and can provide graduates with career opportunities previously unavailable to them, as well as the potential for higher salaries and greater potential for advancement in their chosen field. What is a BA in Comparative Cultural Studies? Stude… Read more

Following their secondary education, many students will choose to pursue a bachelor’s degree. This type of degree typically takes four years to complete and can provide graduates with career opportunities previously unavailable to them, as well as the potential for higher salaries and greater potential for advancement in their chosen field.

What is a BA in Comparative Cultural Studies? Students in this type of program may study anthropology, history, economics, literature, political science and sociology with the intent to engender an understanding of and respect for cultural diversity. While some programs take a broad approach, investigating cultures worldwide, others may emphasize a particular geographic area, age group or aspect of culture, such as media, business or literature. Some courses include opportunities to travel or study abroad.

Comparative cultural studies students learn to view diversity as an asset. With this view, they are able to help businesses to adapt to and thrive in a multitude of environments. Participants may also have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, which are beneficial in both professional and personal situations.

The cost of a bachelor’s degree differs from one program to another. Prospective students should investigate their options and choose one that suits their budget as well as their goals.

Depending on the emphasis of the program, graduates with a bachelor’s degree in comparative cultural studies may find work in museums, management, media or tourism. They may work in the nonprofit sector advocating for education, refugees, women’s rights or human rights. They may apply their skills to the business world, acting as consultants, working in human resources or contributing to international marketing strategies. With continued education, some may become researchers or college professors. 

A degree in comparative cultural studies will prepare you to live and work all over the world, and programs are available worldwide. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Rutgers University - New Brunswick School of Arts and Sciences
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Central European University CEU
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In CEU’s bachelor’s degree in Culture, Politics and Society, you will study with peers from around the world, examine issues from a variety of perspectives, learn to present y ... +

In CEU’s bachelor’s degree in Culture, Politics and Society, you will study with peers from around the world, examine issues from a variety of perspectives, learn to present your ideas and knowledge effectively, and prepare for exciting careers, all in beautiful Vienna. -
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