Before you make an appointment to meet with an advisor about your area of emphasis, please download the packet, read the guidelines, and begin filling out the worksheet. We are glad to help you figure out how your courses and programs fit into the various categories, and what it all means, but your advisor meeting will be much more productive if you've prepared by reviewing and thinking about your previous work.
Remember, your degree doesn't indicate how you focused your studies: it just says Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Sciences, or Bachelor of Arts and Sciences.
When you're applying for jobs, it's up to you to describe your course of study in a way that's true to your academic work and helpful in getting the right job. Don't sell yourself short: go beyond just Interdisciplinary Studies and talk about exactly what you've learned.
New to Evergreen? Take the chance to expand your interests or combine something you already love with something unfamiliar. You might discover a new love.
Don't just read the titles when you're looking at the catalog. Give yourself enough time to dig into all the options for your class standing. Read the descriptions, and if you're curious, contact the faculty.