Use Exploratory Tracks as your first step to find the major and career that is right for you. From Administration Management to Humanities and Fine Arts, the following Exploratory Tracks will show you requirements, four-year degree paths and career insights for each major.
The Administration and Management Exploratory Track is ideal for students interested in pursuing careers in business or managerial fields. These positions can be in different areas ranging from hospitality to health care to nonprofit sectors and industry. Common responsibilities for careers in these areas include planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations.
The Behavioral and Social Sciences Exploratory Track is ideal for students who have an interest in understanding people and how they integrate into society. Many majors in this track are majors with a strong traditional liberal arts focus. Excellent track for students interested in pursuing careers in the social sciences such as psychology and education or those considering studies in law.
The Engineering, Technology and Physical Sciences Exploratory Track is ideal for students who have a strong interest in the STEM-related areas. Ideal for students who have an interest in pursuing engineering and computer science fields or who are considering studies in chemistry, physics or mathematics.
The Health and Life Sciences Exploratory Track is ideal for students interested in understanding of the body and health. Ideal for students interested in studying health or health-related majors, but not becoming a medical doctor. Work setting may be in a hospital or health care facility. These majors require a strong science and social science interest. Career activities may include planning, managing and providing therapeutic or diagnostic services.
The Humanities and Fine Arts Exploratory Track is ideal for students interested in studying subjects related to understating cultures, languages, and fine arts. Ideal for students who are interested in pursuing careers in artistic and creative fields or traditional, humanities-related liberal arts programs.