Internship and Career Center

4 Things to Consider Before Changing Your Major

Be Successful by Assessing Your Goals, Adjusting Your Focus and Exploring Possibilities Explore These Majors

This blog features many majors to help you explore what you want to do. Here are a few to consider:

3 Paths to a Major When You Don't Know What to Do

Assess Yourself, Know Job Options, and Be Realistic About What You Really Want

With so much attention on choosing a major, it can be hard if you’re unsure or begin to doubt your choice. Fortunately, UC Davis has services to help you. 

At the Internship and Career Center, we recommend that you explore three basic paths to find a major that fits your interests and consider how your major will lead to a career. They are connected.

5 Things to Think About Before You Sign on for a Minor

Or, What's a Minor and Should You Get One?

What’s a minor anyway? Think major, but smaller. It’s an optional set of classes (usually five to six upper-division classes, or about 18 to 24 units) in one academic area. If you complete a minor, you’ll find it listed on your transcript and diploma.

Minors are made up of upper-division classes that give you a focused, in-depth education aligning with your plans for the future.