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What To Do With Your Major

NOTE FROM THE DIRECTOR: The fact is that very few jobs require a specific major. Some do, but for the most part your academic experience at the collegiate level teaches you how to learn, which is a very valuable skill in the wider world. However, students do need to major in something, and we hope with all our heart that you major in something you really enjoy. That should lead you to work you really enjoy, as well. Following are some career suggestions. There are more career resources available to you in the Office for Talent & Career Development.

What Can I Do With This Major?

Jobs for Majors:     
Accounting & Finance
Astronomy
Biblical & Theological Studies
Biology
Business (Management & Marketing)
Chemistry
Criminal Justice
Communication Studies
Dance
Economics & Economic Development
Education
English
Environmental Studies
Exercise Science
Foreign Language
Health and Physical Education
History
Mathematics
Missions & Anthropology
Music
Political Science
Psychology
Social Work
Sociology
Youth Ministry

Turning your Interest into a Career:
Bookworms
Children
Environmentalists
Geriatrics
Number Crunchers
Sports and Athletics
Travel

Not sure of your interests?
Try the Career Exploration Inventory available in the Office of Talent & Career Development.

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