Questions tagged [multidisciplinary]

On degree programs, research efforts, conferences, journals, etc. involving tools, expertise, or knowledge from multiple disciplines. Unlike an 'interdisciplinary' approach, which involves the synthesis of disciplines, in multidisciplinary work the disciplines remain distinct.

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Are two undergraduate degrees better than one master degree?

I have finish my BSc in physics. I want to work in a interdiscipline like biophysics or econophysics. Because these are mainly physics, one can study higher with spending little effort to understand ...
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Publishing academic research in more than one field

I have an important question, so please try to answer it precisely and carefully as possible. If I want a career in one field in academia, would it be inadvisable to publish some other academic ...
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Can a professor teach mathematics and computer science?

I assume this is nearly impossible in a university with separate math and computer-science departments, due to the way funding works (correct me if I'm wrong). However, I've heard that some small ...