Explore Majors and Careers
The resources provided below link to information on different majors and career fields. We encourage you to explore careers by researching information on academic majors, salaries, outlook, required skills, educational requirements and typical work duties as well as schedule a meeting with a career advisor who can further assist in your career development.
Choose from thousands of 1-3 minute video interviews from professionals who are employed in a wide variety of careers and from multiple backgrounds. Each interviewee shares insights and practical advice about their jobs, including education, training, skills, aptitudes, and experience necessary to succeed in their fields. There are also "how-to" videos on important job search topics such as resume writing and interviewing.
Explore potential careers and college degrees before making a decision.
Career Coach provides details about the Central Florida job market that assists in making an informed decision about your future. To get started click on the link and watch the tutorial video.
Research institutional data
College Navigator is a website to research institutional data, such as programs offered and degrees awarded, retention and graduation rates, cost, student aid availability, campus safety and accreditation.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Career fields, required education, potential earnings, job prospects, and job search tips.
Explore information about career fields, including required education, potential earnings, job prospects, and job search tips.
O*Net allows you to find occupational information and match your skills to job possibilities.
The O*NET Database provides detailed descriptions of a wide variety of occupations. Searches can be conducted by interests, abilities, skills, work values and work styles. Occupations are classified by industry and economic outlook. This tool also allows you to search state job market data.
When planning to transfer to a college or university, there are many things to consider. Programs, cost, financial aid and scholarships, location, size and transfer admission requirements are some of those considerations. Planning ahead and knowing exactly how your coursework will transfer is key. The website below can be used as part of your research. If you need assistance, contact the Career Center.
What Can I Do With This Major?
Are you unsure what you can do with your major or trying to decide what to major in? What Can I Do With This Major? can help.
This tool is helpful in learning more about what career paths are available for each major area. Click on majors of interest to explore common career areas, employers, and strategies designed to maximize your opportunities.