Find a Career Focus

Once you have enrolled in a degree completion program, you can get career help from your academic adviser and the career services advisers at your campus. These people can help you figure out what you want to do with your new bachelor’s degree.

If you’d like to get a jump start on finding a career that’s right for you, check out these resources. You may find that having a goal can keep you motivated to finish your degree.

My Skills, My Future

Find a career by analyzing your current or past jobs. Enter current or past jobs and the site will match you with careers that require similar skills.

USAJOBS Federal Jobs By Major

This site lists careers associated with different college majors. Want to know what you can do with a criminal justice degree or that BAAS with a business focus? This site can help you find out.

My Next Move

Not sure what you want to do? Explore careers you might enjoy. Answer a few questions and the site will match careers to your interests and training.

Careers with a Bright Outlook

Want to know what the next big thing is? This site includes careers that are projected to grow rapidly, have a large number of openings, or are new and emerging careers.

Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-2011 Edition

This is the site to go to if you know what you want to do but need more information. The handbook is useful if you already know what you want to do but need more information.

Career One Stop

Explore careers by taking self-assessments, get resumé and interview advice, and learn more about salaries and benefits.