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Interdisciplinary Studies (INDIS)

Interdisciplinary Studies

Career Options & Highlights

This Folsom Lake College major is intended for students who wish a general background in the areas of arts and humanities, communication and English, social and behavioral sciences, math and science, or understanding and self-development at the community college level. Several options are offered in specific interest areas, but all are intended to give the student an interdisciplinary foundation for further study or an overview of the area chosen. Students who wish to transfer to a four-year college should consult with a counselor.

Career Options
Administrator
Archivist
Attorney
Employment Counselor
Foreign Service
Historian
Human Service Careers
Law
Probation Officer
Public Relations Consultant
Religious Service
Research
Social Worker
Teacher

Some career options may require more than two years of college study. Classes beyond the associate degree may be required to fulfill some career options or for preparation for transfer to a university program.

Highlights
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A valuable foundation for a variety of career or transfer opportunities.
- Diversified and talented faculty.
- Overview of theoretical and cultural principles.

Updated 6/01/16

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