Critical thinking skills, strong writing ability and analytical talents are in demand in every organization lead to diverse interdisciplinary career paths. As an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies graduate, you will be uniquely positioned to pursue a career in a corporation, educational institution or service agency.
Many graduates of the program choose to open their own business, submit themselves for advancement within their current workplace or decide to pursue doctoral studies.
Regardless of which career field our M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies graduates advance into, all leave our program able to apply an interdisciplinary perspective to issues and research problems; analyze, synthesize and problem solve; effectively communicate complex and interrelated ideas and theories.
The M.A in Interdisciplinary Studies program is now accepting inquiries and applicants for 2017.
Interdisciplinary Career Paths – Pat Edwards, MAIS Graduate
A 2012 graduate of the university’s M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies program, Pat Edwards quickly found a job with the U.S. Department of the Interior – specifically with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Division of Diversity & Civil Rights, where he works on environmental justice matters, civil rights complaints resolution, community outreach and recruiting to help create a more diverse organization that “looks like America.” Learn more about the impact Pat is making with his MAIS degree.
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