Where will your bachelor's degree take you?

When you complete your bachelor's with CIIS, you graduate into a widespread network of alumni and experts who can support your unique journey. 

Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies

Our graduates go on to make a difference in their communities. Many continue their education by advancing to a master’s program, while others step directly into careers in a wide variety of fields. The flexibility and critical thinking skills mastered in a B.A. in Interdisciplinary studies prepares students for jobs in:

  • Social justice advocacy and organizing
  • Journalism and marketing
  • City government and policy work
  • Early childhood and secondary education
  • Entrepreneurship and consulting
  • Social work and mental health support professions
  • Technology development
  • Farming and environmental stewardship

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

The Bachelor of Science in Psychology from CIIS prepares you to think critically and thoughtfully about human behavior and community functioning. Our graduates pursue a wide variety of careers, including:

  • Labor and public relations 
  • Casework and community outreach
  • Early childhood and secondary education
  • Employee relations and human resources 
  • Clinical coordination
  • Public administration
  • Substance abuse support

Many graduates go on to complete a master’s or other graduate degree from CIIS. Our Admissions Counselors are here to advise you based on your career goals and passions.

Everything about the B.A. completion model was different from my previous experiences in education. It was the first time that race, class, gender, and varying oppressions were acknowledged and integrated into everything we studied.

-Khan, Class of 2020

Our Alumni in Action

Get inspired by their stories.

Zoe Bender, alumna of the Bachelor’s Completion and Master of Fine Arts programs at CIIS, was chosen as a 2014 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact.

CIIS graduate Luis Aroche knows firsthand what an education means to a person caught up in the cycle of violence and incarceration: Everything.

New Chair of School of Undergraduate Studies on the Integral Future