A Department of Student Affairs

Career & Major Exploration

Career Planning Process

Self-Assess

Career Coaching

You can meet with a Career Development Specialist to discuss your major and career options. Together you can decide what next steps are best for you. To make an appointment, fill out the request form here. We are open Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.

Career Assessments

We offer three assessments in our office that can look at interests, skills, values, and personality preferences to see a variety of careers that might be best for you based on those responses. 

  • FOCUS 2
    FOCUS 2 is a website that has different assessments on interests, skills, values, and personality available to you, the student.  It is free to use and available anytime.  If you would like to talk to a Career Development Specialist about your specific results, please set up an appointment.
    • Login: FOCUS 2
    • Click on New User image under the box
    • When creating your account you will need Your Access Code: careers
  • MBTI
  • Strong Interest Inventory

If you are interested in learning about the MBTI and Strong Interest Inventory, please contact the Career Development Center to set up an appointment with a Career Development Specialist. These assessments are available for a nominal fee of $20 each for current students and alumni. 

Explore & Research Options

Reflect & Decide

Remember that career planning is a process; it often takes more than one appointment. Different stages in the process may require different types of assistance.  Because of this, it is important to set realistic expectations of what will happen when meeting with a Career Development Specialist, and that it may take multiple appointments to fully address your needs.

Plan & Take Action

Set Goals

Declare/Change Your Major

Gain Experience

  • Build a resume using Optimal Resume or by following our Resume Writing Guide
  • Attend career related events like career fairs, presentations and mock interview days
  • Utilize HireBronchos

Prepare for Graduate or Professional School (if you plan to attend)

Career Development Center