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Online B.S./B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies: Careers

Interchangeable Skills for Interdisciplinary Studies Careers

The online Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies program from Eastern Oregon University allows you to tailor your education to support your personal and professional goals. The program provides valuable skills that can be applied in diverse professional settings, including roles in fields such as business, marketing, administration, healthcare and more.

With its focus on flexibility and customization, not only will this degree open the door to unlimited interdisciplinary studies career opportunities, but it will also unlock a higher earning potential. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, individuals who complete a bachelor’s degree typically earn $361 more per week than those with less education.1

Sales Manager


Sales managers oversee the sales department of a business. Their responsibilities include ensuring all procedures are being followed properly by staff members, and that sales goals are being met.2

Policy Analyst


Policy analysts determine community needs to adjust and develop policies. These professionals typically work with government agencies and nonprofit organizations.3

Additional interdisciplinary studies careers for graduates of this program:

  • Market research analyst
  • Public relations specialist
  • Purchasing manager
  • Sales engineer

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We are here to answer any questions you may have. Contact an enrollment counselor at 855-805-5399 or complete the request for information form and we will be in touch.

Program Outcomes: Skills Ready for Diverse Interdisciplinary Studies Careers

When you complete this program, you will be able to:

Career Support

Prepare for the role you want with the career support services offered by Eastern Oregon University. As a student and a graduate, you’ll benefit from a variety of services designed to help you stand out among employers and succeed professionally in your field.

Career Services

Eastern Oregon University Career Services offers in-person coaching and online resources to help students broaden their career choices and understand the value of their education in relation to employment. This includes outreach to all students in all academic programs, on and off campus, coupled with outreach to employers, service providers and government agencies.

Fieldwork/Practicum through EOU’s Career Services

EOU offers diverse fieldwork and practicum opportunities each term that allow students the mechanism to earn college credit tied directly to their current employment.

Career Readiness: Resume and Cover Letter Assistance

EOU Career Services has a robust collection of tutorials available to students, including information on resumes, cover letters, interview skills and soft skills.


  1. Learn more, earn more: Education leads to higher wages, lower unemployment. May 2020. Retrieved on Jan. 29, 2021, from
  2. Sales Managers. April 9, 2021. Retrieved May 20, 2021, from
  3. Average Policy Analyst Salary. Jan. 16, 2021. Retrieved Jan. 29, 2021, from