Major/Career Decision Making
Need help choosing your major? This workshop will introduce you to available career assessments and how to use the career counseling services of University Career Services to assist you in making informed choices of academic majors and career fields. Topics will include: gaining knowledge about yourself, gaining information about your options and decision-making.
Whether you have made a definite choice of a major, or you are in the middle of changing your major, or you are engaged in a major career change, we have career counselors on hand to assist you with your career planning needs.
University Career Services provides career counseling to all currently enrolled students and alumni within one year of their graduation date. Career counseling may include helping you identify your self-knowledge, your values, your interests or your skills; helping you to identify your options and information about your career options; helping you to identify your decision making skills and styles, and identifying any barriers to your career decision making.
If you need assistance with gaining self knowledge or career decision making, please come to the Career Resource Center in Room 270 of the University Center for career assistance and scheduling of a career counseling appointment as necessary. For other needs such as résumé writing, interview skills, internships/gaining experience or the job search, visit us in the Career Resource Center (270 University Center) during our walk-in hours for a brief advising session. This session will help you become aware of the services, programs and resources most helpful for your needs.