Depending on your concentration, you have probably decided a few options already. You may already know that you:
Click on one of the links below to see a list of professions and employers for each content area.
First, ask yourself if there is a similar major available that will help you explore your options. The names of majors may vary by institution. For example, Kinesiology may be referred to as Exercise Science or Recreation Studies may be know as Recreation and Sport Management.
Second, look in the category in which your major falls. For instance, if you are a Health and Human Performance major, see the Healthcare Sciences and Kinesiology Categories.
In some cases for specific or less common majors, such as construction management or peace studies, there will not be any majors available on this site that are closely related. You are encouraged to look to other resources to research your interest area. Ask your career center for guidance.
Start by utilizing resources at your college or university. Speak with faculty, academic advisors and career counselors to learn about the specifics of majors or careers of interest. Set up informational interviews or shadowing experiences with professionals in careers you are considering. Look for ways to get involved in the field through volunteer opportunities, part-time or summer jobs and internships.
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