Explore Majors and Careers
Meet with a Career Counselor
  • Schedule an appointment with a Career Counselor to discuss major options.
  • Career assessments administered in Career Services can help to match your interests, personality, strengths and values to potential majors and careers.
Research Majors
Research Careers and Specific Job Titles
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Occupational Outlook Handbook

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O*Net

 Chronicle of Occupational Briefs (On-Campus Access Only)link
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MySkills MyFuture

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iSeek Minnesota

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WisCareers - Call Career Services for registration code


Talk with People You Know
  • Ask other students what they like or dislike about their particular major.
  • Speak to a departmental advisor or speak to a professional working in a field that interests you.
Give It a Try
  • Take a class in a field that interests you.
  • Join a student organizationlink that is related to a field of interest.
  • Try working in a particular field through on-campus work, volunteering, summer work or internships. Find such work posted in the UWRF Hire-a-Falcon System.

Use career news web sites to gain insight into current trends in career fields.