- Communication Design
- Criminal Justice
- Family Studies
- Forensic Science
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Interior Design
- Mass Communication
- Music (Additional Information: Music Business)
- Performing Arts Managment
- Political Science
- Public Relations
Choosing a Major and Career
Personality & Career Assessments
Choosing a major or career often begins with self-assessment.
Consider scheduling an appointment with Career Services to decide which assessment(s) described below are right for you. Learn more about your Interest, Personality, Skills & Abilities, and Values; discuss your results and generate ideas for majors and careers to research. Keep in mind, no single test can tell you "what you should be" and that successful career planning may require more than one appointment.
Your Four Year Plan
What Can I Do With This Major
Career Resource Guide
The Resume & Cover Letter publication contains information how to write a resume and cover letter and also includes samples by
Transferable skills are the skills you acquire and transfer to future employment settings. Common examples include communication, leadership, and organizational skills. Need help deciding which skills you have mastered? Use our Transferable Skills Worksheet and notice the difference in your resume.
Boost Your Interview Chances:
- - Compare how well your resume matches any job description for keywords and match rate.
- Accounting & Finance
- General Business
- International Business
- Management (Additional Information: Human Resources)
- Marketing Management (Additional Information: Advertising)
- Mathematics & Finance (Actuarial Science) (Additional Information: Economics & Business Analytics)
- Sports Management