Using Your Degree

Students
"CRST offers students a bridge to knowledge and action."

— Pamela Fletcher, associate professor

St. Kate's major in Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity is particularly relevant and useful to those seeking careers and graduate degrees in:

  • Health and human services
  • Education
  • Business
  • Government
  • Law
  • Criminal justice
  • Public policy

Our alumnae include:

  • Rebecca McDonald, owner of B FRESH Photography and Media. She splits her time between Minneapolis and New York, working with newspapers and magazines like the Village Voice, The Nation and Vibe (double major CRST and women's studies)
  • Ginamarie Caya, a lawyer in Alaska. She went to law school at the University of California -Berkeley and worked at the Public State Defender's office in San Francisco (double major CRST and philosophy).