What Can I Do With A Major In

Exploring careers is an important part of making well informed career choices. Examing careers that relate to majors can be a useful step in your decision making. 

Keep the following in mind:

1. You don't work in a major, you work in a career
2. Some careers require certain majors and many careers do not require a specific major
3. Choosing a major does not mean you have chosen a career or that you are prepared to enter a career 

The "What Can I Do With a Major In?" PDFs are designed to be brief and useful beginning points to help you explore careers. 

Accounting
Actuarial Science
Advertising
Aerospace
Agribusiness
Animal Science
Animation
Anthropology
Apparel Design
Art
Astronomy
Athletic Training
Biochemistry
Biology
Business Administration
Chemistry
Child Development and Family Studies
Communication Studies
Community and Public Health
Computer Information Systems
Computer Science
Concrete Industry
Construction Management
Family and Consumer Sciences Education
Criminal Justice 
Early Childhood Education
Economics


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