AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL SCIENCES
From sustainable crop and food production to protecting natural resources, agriculture
and natural sciences students can start their own businesses, launch their own
product lines or work in growing industries like food science, veterinary medicine
and soil and water conservation.
Related Majors: agribusiness management, animal and nutritional sciences, public
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BUSINESS AND COMMUNICATIONS
Majors in this pathway prepare for rapidly evolving business and media fields. Graduates
can pursue their own business ventures, climb the corporate ladder or innovate
new products and services. Career paths include forensic accounting, information
technology, project management, fundraising and technical writing.
Related Majors: accounting, entrepreneurship and innovation, finance, graphic design,
management, sports and adventure media
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Many students start college as undecided/undeclared students. And many design their
own paths to fit their needs.
Potential Majors: 140 undergraduate majors that can be customized to your passions.
Your CLASS adviser will help you get started.
Students entering this pathway want to help people, whether they are diagnosing medical
conditions, treating patients, curing diseases or analyzing health data. This pathway
is the academic home for students completing admission requirements for pharmacy,
occupational therapy, biomedical laboratory diagnostics or immunology and medical
Related Majors: pharmacy, nursing, biomedical laboratory diagnostics, exercise physiology,
public health, health and well-being
LIBERAL ARTS AND HUMANITIES
This broad range of majors is the gateway to an even broader range of careers. You
will gain in-depth knowledge in one area, plus skills like communication, problem-solving
and critical thinking that apply to many disciplines. Fields like copywriting,
translating, law, public relations, economics, geography and museum conservation
are all popular.
Related Majors: English, art history, interdisciplinary studies, religious studies,
history, economics, languages
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SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATH (STEM)
STEM majors solve everyday problems and help build a better future. From aerospace
engineering to physics to management information systems, these majors require
a passion for thinking outside the box and the willingness to tackle big questions.
Careers include petroleum engineering, software development, fraud examination,
chemistry and physics.
Related Majors: biometric systems engineering, computer science, cybersecurity, neuroscience,
some education majors
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One-part science + one-part art. This pathway is for students who want to help change
lives for the better. These majors are all about studying and analyzing human behavior
and society while looking for ways to improve how we think and act. Careers vary
from clinical psychology to human resources to public relations and marketing.
Related Majors: sociology, psychology, child development and family studies, criminology,
some education majors
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VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS
These majors fit every dream, from the future record producer to the budding Oscar
winner. And with a museum and creative arts center, you will have plenty of inspiration.
Graduates work across a broad spectrum of fields, from creating art or performing
on stage to education or in marketing or business.
Related Majors: intermedia and photography, game design and interactive media, landscape
architecture, music performance, theatre
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