Exploratory Students

If you are not 100% certain which major is best for you-

That's ok! 

The fact is many students do not know what major or career to pursue when they enter college. The average undergraduate may change majors two or three times before graduation. That is why the Undergraduate Advising Center is here - we are your link to the university. As part of the Undergraduate Advising Center, you will have many opportunities to explore your options.

  • Assistance in evaluating majors that are best for you
  • Guidance in course selection and completing core curriculum requirements
  • Career Center Referrals
  • Faculty Referrals

Career Assessments

After you complete one or more of the assessments below, print your results and make an appointment with your academic advisor to discuss your career search process.

Click on the following links for career search.

Occupational Outlook Handbook It has specific job titles, salaries,etc.

O*NET OnLine - Occupational Information Network is an interactive application for exploring and searching occupations.

Skills Search - What skills do you have now or would like to learn?

America’s Career InfoNet - A website that features user-friendly occupation and industry information, salary data, career videos, educational resources, self-assessment tools, and other resources that support career development in today's fast-paced global marketplace.

My Next Move -  A career exploration website.

Reality Check - What is important to you? How much money do you need for the lifestyle you desire? What careers match this amount? This website gives you a reality check.