Choosing a Major
Studies show that people are more successful and satisfied in jobs and career fields consistent with their skills, values, interests, and personality traits. Gathering information about these qualities is called self-assessment. We have many resources that can help students select a major that matches their self-assessment.
Prepare for Graduate / Professional School
The Career Development Center has resources that can help students identify programs that match their interests, prepare for entrance exams, and create admissions essays and personal statements. During the academic year, we offer practice exams, sponsor special workshops on the graduate school admission process, and bring a variety of schools to campus via our career fairs and information tables. Click here to learn more.
What Can I Do with this Major?
Wondering how to connect majors to careers? The What Can I Do with this Major website provides typical career paths associated with majors, employers that hire people with degrees in the major, strategies job seekers can do to maximize their chances of being hired, and lists of websites that provide additional information.
Career Guides & Handouts
The center maintains a supply of handouts written by our staff for use as quick self-help tools by students who are career planning or job searching. Faculty and staff can request multiple copies of these handouts. Click here to view and/or download our career handouts.
Resources for Diverse Populations
The Career Development Center is committed to ensuring a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere for all students. Click here for a list of career planning and job search resources specifically designed for women, persons with disabilities, international students, LGBTQ, and veterans.