Careers and Outcomes

Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Careers, Placement and Outcomes

By choosing a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, students will be exposed to an abundance of electives, systematic career planning and assistance in career placement, as well as personal attention from an experienced advisor.

A bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences will prepare you for a multitude of different careers in today's society. Some of these include:

  • Journalist
  • Grant Writer
  • Anchorperson
  • Editor
  • CEO of a large city and/or county
  • Sr. Manager in Regulatory Affairs
  • Management Personnel
  • Social Services
  • Policy Analyst
  • Publicist
  • Human Relations Officer
  • Library Sciences
  • Public Relations Personnel
  • Legislative Assistant
  • Politician
  • Diplomat
  • Non-profit Organizational Director
  • College Recruiter
  • Creative Writer
  • Copywriter
  • Advertising
  • Speech Writer
  • Urban Planner/City Manager
  • Training Specialist
  • Archivist
  • Museum Manager

A degree in Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences may also be used in preparation for graduate school in areas such as:

  • Business
  • Education
  • Speech
  • Law
  • English
  • Anthropology
  • History
  • Communication
  • Journalism
  • Philosophy
  • Library Science
  • Medical and Health Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology