Whether you are undecided on your major, exploring career options, or just wanting to make sure your major is right for you, you can use these resources to help you explore!
Clear Paths for Advising: These documents are a 1-page snapshot of program requirements for each major, which includes a basic 4-year graduation plan of required coursework.
Focus II: A series of assessments that help to connect your interests, values, personality, etc. with careers and majors that you may enjoy.
Use your UTC student email address and access code: mocs to set up your free account
List of UTC’s Programs (Majors & Minors): UTC has over 100 undergraduate majors, so review your options. If you’re overwhelmed with where to begin, start by identifying majors/subjects you are not interested in. That helps you narrow down to majors you’re interested in or what to learn more about.
Occupational Outlook Handbook: The OOH is a publication of the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics that includes information about the nature of work, working conditions, training and education, earnings and job outlook for hundreds of different occupations in the United States.
O*Net Online: Sponsored and compiled by the US Department of Labor, O*Net allows you to look up different career occupations and gather a plethora of information.
USTU 1300 – Exploring Majors & Decision Making: Offered every fall and spring semester, Exploring Majors & Decision Making is a two-credit hour course taught by professional advisors from the Center for Academic Support and Advisement. Its purpose is to help students choose a major by guiding them through an exploration of interests related to potential career paths. Undecided or exploratory freshmen and sophomores are encouraged to register.
UTC's Center for Career & Leadership Development: The Center for Career and Leadership Development provides UTC students and alumni with the confidence and skills to find your purpose, thrive in your career, and contribute to your communities.
What If Analysis on MyMocsDegree: Utilize the “What If” function to see a simulated version of your MyMocsDegree for potential majors. This allows you to see degree progression, how previously completed coursework does or does not apply to that program and identify incomplete program requirements.
What Can I Do With This Major?: Whether you’re exploring majors or searching for information about your chosen field, ‘What Can I Do With This Major?’ will help you connect majors to careers, learn about typical career areas and types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate. Continue your research through the websites provided.
Schedule an advising meeting with an Academic Exploration Advisor