I'm about to finish my Bachelors in History, I'm currently in a exchange as a research intern and I was suggested by my research director to do a Masters in a Individualized Program, as my interest of research is interdisciplinary (Oral history, geography/urbanism, agriculture/environment). After speaking with a teacher who works in similar topics he told me that it could be harder to me to get into a PhD after doing and INDI, as I wouldn't have a Masters background in History. I want to do a PhD and keep researching, but I really want to be working in a more interdisciplinary and holistic way. Any views? Experiences? Have any of you done a PhD after an INDI?

  • What will be different about your masters program of study as compared to one in history? – Bryan Krause Jul 11 '17 at 20:02
  • Instead of taking just history courses I'd take courses in geography and environment, I would take just methodology courses in history, thus I wouldn't have the whole history background. – Omar A. N. Íñiguez Jul 15 '17 at 19:44

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