What Can I Do With A Major In?
Your major is not your career. Of course it can be.
A chemistry major can become a chemist, a history major can become an historian. But it is much more likely that your career choices will be enormously varied, and not tied to a specific major at all.
The 21st century workplace will challenge you to have many different jobs and most probably multiple careers. Your major will provide you a broad range of skills which will enable you to stay marketable in the fast-changing work world.
As you explore majors, be sure and take advantage of the following areas: college course bulletin, professors, upperclassmen, college alumni, family, friends and your Career Development Center Networking Program -- most importantly, don't panic! We're here to help.
In addition to the majors listed at the right, IU Southeast offers a number of certificate programs and academic minors to help students round out or expand their academic profile.
Learn more about majors and careers and the process of self discovery:
- Art History
- Fine Arts
- Foreign Language
- Graphic Design
- Individualized Major
- Music Composition
- Music Industry
- Music Performance
- Theatre Business
- Business Economics and Public Policy
- General Business
- Human Resources Management
- Supply Chain & Operations Management
- International Business
- General Management
- Clinical Lab Science
- Computer Science
- Criminal Justice and Criminology
- International Studies
- Political Science