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What marketable skills do ICS majors gain?

ICS graduates are educated and equipped to work in an increasingly multicultural world. They will recognize differing worldview assumptions and contrasting cultures. They will more effectively handle cultural clashes in their given work setting. If they work and live overseas, they are more likely to succeed, to survive culture shock, or at least recover from it. They can identify cultural misunderstandings, ethical value clashes, and more effectively solve related problems. These are marketable skills.