Some Exploratory Links
These are sites we've found to help you identify & learn about your options and work through the subsequent decision-making process.
The Academic and Career Information Center
ACIC helps you discover the range of careers available, what those careers involve, how they fit with your values and aptitudes, and what training you need to get there. They also have information on what majors and minors K-State has to offer.
Career and Employment Services
CES shows you what jobs are really out there and what employers currently want. They can also help you locate internships & other types of experiential learning that can crystallize your choice of majors!
K-State Academic Departments
Browse through the websites of your major candidates. You can learn about their programs and maybe uncover trails to even more good information.
The Academic Assistance Center
AAC offers a variety of services including tutoring information and credit-by-exam information. You can also check out University Experience, a freshman class that introduces college life and teaches college survival skills.
University Counseling Services
Making good decisions becomes particularly difficult when other troubles interfere. Let UCS help you cope with those problems and STRESS inside and outside the classroom. They also feature insightful information under Online Resources about choosing your career, strengthening your concentration, dealing with procrastination, and implementing good study strategies.
The Rest of the World
Information About College Majors
Embark.com offers an array of e-articles that could help you think about your major decision. It even gives some insights into the pros and cons of double majors.
What Can I Do With a Major In...
From the Career Service Office at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington... it provides some really great information about where particular majors might lead.
Bureau of Labor Statistics: Employment Projections
This page provides tools for looking at which careers are growing and which will become most competitive in future years. Just remember that picking a hot field is not the same thing as picking a field you're hot in. Employment trends are only one subordinate factor in decision-making.