Undergraduate Search for Vocation: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Studies

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Samuel William Bettwy

Thomas Jefferson School of Law; USD School of Law

Date Written: May 31, 2019

Abstract

This paper provides an overview of what comparative studies and interdisciplinary studies are and proposes that, at the proper level of sophistication, they can add considerable value to a liberal arts education and, in the process, help undergraduates find their vocations. Undergraduate programs in comparative and interdisciplinary studies should become a resource for every student in every department and not allow themselves to become, like the disciplines, compartmentalized and isolated from each other, accessible only to a discrete group of students.

Keywords: Interdisciplinary studies, Comparative studies, vocation

Suggested Citation

Bettwy, Samuel William, Undergraduate Search for Vocation: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Studies (May 31, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3510515 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3510515

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