Students in Arts & Sciences have many opportunities to develop meaningful and satisfying careers. Thanks to WPI's foundation of project-based learning, students graduate fluent in the hands-on skills necessary for at least one discipline, but most often two. The choices mean students may combine degree programs to broaden their career opportunities significantly.
A student who chooses to become a biochemist, but pursues a passion for languages with a minor in German can work internationally. Or a double major in Computer Science and Interactive Media & Game Development might lead to a lucrative career in video gaming that's both personally and professionally fulfilling.
WPI's Career Development Center offers resources for how an Arts & Sciences degree will translate to a meaningful career, the salary scales for different fields, and information about potential future employers.