Graduates of the MA in International & Multicultural Education are educators who work in K-12 schools, higher education and in research and community organizations, such as:

  • Teachers in K-12 classrooms, as youth development workers, or as after school educators
  • Work in non-profit and non-governmental organizations in the U.S. and internationally
  • Curriculum development or program design for global education programs
  • Work in policy settings such as state or national departments of education

Alumni Positions

So what can you do with a USF MA in International & Multicultural Education? Here are just some of the jobs our graduates hold:

  • Curriculum and School Leader, San Francisco International School, SFUSD
  • Center Director, South of Market (SOMA) Family Resource
  • Co-founder and Trainer, Collective Action Training
  • Senior Program Specialist, LGBTQ Youth Child Welfare Permanency Project, National Council on Crime and Delinquency
  • Enroll in PhD/EdD programs across the US
  • Fullbright Scholars around the world