School of Interdisciplinary Studies
What Can You Do with a Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies?
The Interdisciplinary Studies major is an option for students seeking a degree that provides a broad background applicable to a variety of careers. It can also be a stepping stone in the pursuit of a master’s degree or further education toward a specific career.
Graduates with this major may find the following employment opportunities in:
- Health Administration
- Information Technology
- Organizational Leadership
- Writers for news, television, and film
- Training and professional development
- Research analysts
- Public relations managers and specialists
- Human resources management
- Legislative assistants
- Project Manager
- Financial Advisor
- More Career Options
Interdisciplinary and Professional Studies students have interned at these companies:
- Cookeville Regional Medical Center
- Averitt Express
- Cummins Diesel
- Columbia State Community College
- Tennessee Tech University
- Genesis House
- Perdue Food
- St. Thomas Regional Hospital
- Veterans Affairs
- Right at Home
- Plateau Mental Health
- Prescott Middle School
- Lannom Law Office
- Woodland Park Elementary School
The internship course is LIST 4113/4116. A student may take an internship, 3 credit hours work 150 hours twice or take the 6 credit hours 300 hours work once.
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