Internships become important self-discovery tools for interdisciplinary studies majors as they begin to chisel a specific and self-designed field of study out of a variety of academic interests. Often, interdisciplinary majors are incredibly driven students who can envision exactly how their field of study will translate to a career. An interdisciplinary major in postmodern art means a student wants to be a curator while an interdisciplinary major in political philosophy means a students wants to go to law school. Internships give these self-motivated students the chance to test drive their professional goals and tweak their program of study if necessary.

Career Services can help you secure internships that will suit your academic interests.