Interdisciplinary MS Degrees at GCNYC
If you are grappling with how to choose a master’s program, it may be because you find many academic disciplines too limiting. Continue to search for that impressive interdisciplinary master’s degree that fits your academic and career interests. Ideally, you would have generous opportunities to conduct research that is interdisciplinary in scope and to nurture your future career goals.
At Glasgow Caledonian New York College (GCNYC), our sustainability-focused Master of Science degrees uplift forward-thinking aspects of business, making them interdisciplinary from the get-go.
GCNYC offers a leading-edge degree in Sustainable Fashion exploring the implications of the social and environmental impact of the fashion industry from the perspective of fostering systemic change in that sector. Over the course of this brazenly interdisciplinary program, your professors and peers will envision a more sustainable fashion future by incorporating multiple fields, including business, ethics and philosophy, fashion merchandising, marketing, global economics, anthropology and statistics. Studying Sustainable Fashion effectively requires synthesis of a variety of interdisciplinary points of contact—the synergy we just discussed.
Our Business for Social Impact and Sustainability degree masterfully integrates the fields of business and sustainability. However, the program also establishes connections to economics, anthropology, statistics and ethics to ultimately assert the interdisciplinary question— “What makes an effective business that also honors social responsibility?”. If you want to choose a master’s in business that goes beyond the basics of management, to lead you to new intellectual territory, this exceptional program would likely fit your needs well.
Finally, our unconventional Risk, Resilience and Integrity Management program was prominently interdisciplinary from its very conception. Traditional academic programs on risk management view the field as a primarily quantitative endeavor that is solidly focused on statistics and finance. Our holistic program also incorporates elements from the fields of ethics, sustainability and broader business concepts to lead risk management to a decisively world-changing place. In addition, these interdisciplinary elements add a sense of realism to the study of risk management which should be shaped by real world solutions.