Forging Connections by sierra luna gibson

Most college students want jobs after graduation, but what steps need to be taken to get one?

One of the best ways to prepare for life after graduation is to earn a degree in interdisciplinary studies. This program prepares students for a future job with the development of critical thinking skills as well as its versatile nature.

Students are encouraged to forge connections across 2-3 disciplines of their choice. Just like this School of Athens, the student will be well versed in several subjects, as well as how they interact.
Interdisciplinary studies is like building bridges between subjects. Some of the connections are natural and clear, while others must be thought through and forged.
Once students join the program, the possibilities are endless. What degree will they build? What connections will they make? What lessons will they learn? What future will they forge?

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