Choosing a major can be a confusing and overwhelming
process. The University Career Services supports undecided
students by providing resources, programs and individual career
counseling. Our focus is to help you with the important
process of self assessment and exploration.
How do I choose a major?
What interests you? Whether you see your major as the means to a
particular career or simply as an interesting plan of coursework,
you will benefit most if both your major and career are satisfying.
Very few careers have a single, set path that you must follow, and,
conversely, any degree can lead to a variety of careers.
This site has been designed to help you explore in greater depth
your major and the possible career choices one could pursue within
When should I think about declaring a
Ideally, you should be considering majors from the time you
enroll at STJ. At the latest, choose a major in your sophomore year
and pursue internships and other experiential opportunities in
order to test your long-term career options.
To learn more about what you can do with your major visit the
'Career/Internships' tab on St. John's
I've chosen my major ~ now
Now that you've chosen your major and/or minor it's time to
begin exploring your career interests.
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Career Services Library
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