There is really nothing you can't do with the degree. Its self-designed structure allows you to take charge of your own graduate learning and choose to pursue those courses that have meaning to your professional aspirations. You can, for instance, use MACS to bolster your current professional identity by enrolling in courses that will build upon specific areas of expertise you already possess. Choosing the Culture and Society track, for example, professionals who are active in the social services field can deepen their knowledge by selecting courses in both Family Therapy and Conflict Analysis and Resolution. In addition, MACS can give you the opportunity to enter a new field without having to forfeit the professional and academic experiences that define you now. Also, MACS makes it possible for students to combine their interest in separate fields, for example in medical research and the environment, giving students the opportunity to build expertise in both fields at the same time.