Choose a Major



Ask Yourself the Right Questions

Ask yourself these questions:

  • What do you enjoy learning?
  • Which academic activities tend to bring out your best work?
  • How do you most like to spend your free time?
  • What activities seem most rewarding to you?

Choosing a major based on your answers to these questions will likely lead to success and personal satisfaction in college and in your career — even if, in the long run, your career has no direct relation to your major.

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Introducing Pathway U!

Use this science-based online career guidance tool (previously known as Jobzology) to predict your "fit" in a major and career that will bring joy, purpose, and meaning to your life.

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Steps to Choosing a Major

From reflecting on your calling to understanding the academic requirements of majors that interest you, follow these steps to choosing your major.


All About Networking

Networking is a powerful way to learn about careers, employers, and opportunities. Statistics show that about 80 percent of all jobs are hired via networking. Check out “Networking” (PPT).

CCC Classes

Students: Take a CCC Class

The Center for Career and Calling offers five career classes several times each year to help you navigate your career path.