Frequently Asked Questions | Integrative Studies

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are many questions that people ask about this major so hopefully these will help you.

What can I do with this major?

Many industries and careers are open to different majors so you have the freedom in most cases to choose a major that you want. We encourage you to do research based on where you would like to be and see if this major works. Since this major is so diverse and you can tailor your fields the direction you are going.

How do I market myself?

Attend one of our How to Market Your Integrative Studies Major Workshops this semester. We also highly encourage all of our students to visit with their individual career coach in order to learn skills related to networking, resume writing, how to find a job, getting an internship, and much more. They are located on the first floor of Chestnut Hall. Their phone number is: 940-565-2105. Website:

Can I go to graduate school with this major?

Many graduate programs simply require you to have a bachelor's degree. In some cases you have to do certain coursework. You will need research the program you are pursuing to see it has particular requirements. We have many students that pursue graduate school, medical school, dental school, vet school, physical therapy, occupational therapy and even optometry.

If I did this major how many hours will I need to graduate?

This major is really flexible so many student find that they can graduate in a timely manner. We can give you the details about hours but since it is very specific to each student we will need to meet with you. If you would like this information please sign up for an Integrative Studies Information Session through or by calling 940-565-2051. We look forward to assisting you.

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