If you are undecided, we suggest that you:
- Read the college catalog for descriptions of the different curricula and programs available.
- Use electives to take survey or introductory courses in your areas of interest.
- Go to the Counseling Center for career counseling, interest testing, and access to computerized career decision-making systems.
- Learn about the job market, employment trends, and specific career areas by:
- talking to the career services counselor on your campus;
- reviewing the Occupational Outlook Handbook and other career-related materials available in the Counseling Center or any library; and
- exploring the college's Career Services Web site with its many links to educational, career, and occupational information.
- Explore clubs, organizations, and co-curricular activities available on campus
(i.e., especially those related to your areas of interest).
- Get some work experience (i.e., part-time, full-time, summer, seasonal, work-study, internships, co-op, etc.) in your areas of interest.
- Talk to advanced students who are majoring in the areas you are considering.
- Talk to department heads, program coordinators, and faculty in all the major areas you are considering.
- Talk to people currently employed in the areas you are considering.