Career Development can help you with selecting majors or exploring career fields. There are also Internet inventories and resources on this page that may help in your decision-making.
Need Help in Choosing a Major?
What Can I Do With This Major?
- What Can I Do With This Major? This link contains rich information on employment areas within each major as well as employers and strategies to gain more experience.
- MonsterTrak shows possible career paths that are open from selected majors.
Resources to Help you Find Careers Related to Your Interests
- The Career Interests Game: A free interest inventory that will provide careers to further explore.
- Kingdomality: This is a fun interest inventory that is set in the days of the Knights of the Roundtable, but provides information on current careers.
- The Princeton Review offers a 24 question inventory that looks at your personal interest and usual style in order to offer possible careers.
- The Career Key: A good interest inventory: a fee of $7.95 is charged for the test.
- Keirsey Temperament Sorter II: Similar to the MBTI; provides information on your temperament to relate to careers. There is a charge to obtain information.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook: This handbook is updated every two years by the U.S. Department of Labor and has detailed information on more than 250 careers.
- The O*NET System: Provides information about occupations and skills required for careers you are exploring.
- Vault Library An extensive online resource for career exploration, employer research, resume writing, interview preparation, and job search tools.