Employment Resources and Professions Available to Interdisciplinary Studies Graduates
Many students who choose interdisciplinary studies at the undergraduate level go on to pursue postgraduate work, expanding the traditional disciplines and breaking down the boundaries between them. To some extent, the careers available are dictated by the particular subject matter studied, as with all degrees; a student with an interdisciplinary degree in Far East Studies is not going to be suited for (or interested in) the same jobs as a graduate of a Humanities Computing program. However, all graduates are suited for a wide range of careers that require well-rounded employees with above average communication and analytical skills.
Study and Work in Interdisciplinary Studies in Canada