What careers appeal to interdisciplinary studies majors?
IS majors develop critical research skills that help prepare them for a wide variety of careers and further study. It’s typical for IS students to pursue advanced academic study in:
The research skills acquired in the program are invaluable for success in these and other fields; the capacity to plan and execute a major original and innovative research paper affirms the skills of IS students as critical researchers, thinkers, and writers, skills that will serve in a lifetime of learning and earning.
For more information about the Interdisciplinary Studies major, contact an Admissions counselor or your teacher advisor.