Explore Your Interests, Majors, Occupations & Careers 

Undeclared? Considering changing your major? You're not alone! Studies show that over 70% of college graduates changed their major at least once during their academic career. Self-assessment of your interests, values, and personality helps you to choose your desired major/minor, develop your knowledge, skills, and abilities within your major and consider possible internship and career interest areas to explore further.

Whether you're exploring majors or exploring careers related to a major, know that your degree will not limit you. Take time to discover how your interests and values can help you decide on a major or career path and explore different options. Utilize the following resources to begin exploring majors at Stanislaus State. Connect with us to meet with a career counselor and discuss your findings.

Focus 2

Focus 2 Major Exploration and Career Planning

A self-guided, interactive program that helps you select a major and plan your academic and professional career.

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What Can I Do With This Major

Discover the industries and type of employers for 80+ majors. Learn strategies to effectively prepare for careers in the major of your choice.

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How To Use These Resources

Watch this YouTube video that reviews: Focus 2, What Can I Do With This Major, Course Catalog, and Informational Interviews.

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Design Your Tomorrow Course

This professional development course is meant to help you explore and design your way forward.

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Informational Interviews

Ask people what they do! It is more accepted and common than you might think. Informational interviews are a great tool to use to build your network and learn about a variety of careers. 

Benefits of Informational Interviews

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Occupational Outlook Handbook

The Department of Labor's premier source of career guidance. It features hundreds of occupations.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Updated: November 08, 2023