What Can I Do With This Major?
Whether you are exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, What Can I Do With This Major? will help you connect majors to careers.
Visit whatcanidowiththismajor.com/major to learn about the following:
- Typical career fields related to majors
- Different areas within career fields
- Categories of majors and careers
- Types of employers that hire people with each major
- Strategies to make you a more marketable candidate
- Occupational outlook information
- Professional Associations
- Job Postings
This tool breaks down “umbrella majors” into smaller categories. For example, business majors get divided into management, sales, banking, real estate and human resources.
Get a sense of whether or not a particular major is the right fit and continue your research through the information and websites provided.
O*Net OnLine is an exploratory online resource that you may use to discover careers and jobs and get informed on up-to-date analysis on the outlook of those careers. You can browse careers by your personal interests, skills, values, and knowledge, or you can research a myriad of job options under specific career clusters, job family, industry, and others!
Visit https://www.onetonline.org/ to begin, or continue your vast search for the right career for you!
Register for COL 125 - Career Planning & Exploration
In the Fall semester, The Center for Career and Professional Development offers a one-credit elective course that focuses on exploring interests and identifying potential career paths.