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Where Are You Headed?
Don’t know what you want to do with the rest of your life? Don’t worry—you’re not alone. A lot of University of Texas students come to college undecided, and it’s common for students to change majors. Uncertainty is normal! Wayfinder can help you explore your options and move you toward a first career you’ll love.
GO UNDECLARED—Not a UT student yet? Consider enrolling in the School of Undergraduate Studies to explore your options before declaring a major.
With the help of a Vick Center academic advisor and a Texas Career Engagement career counselor, you’ll discover new interests while complimenting coursework applicable to all degrees.
Looking for another way to explore your options?
Research degrees by career field.
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following their internships
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 2008
switch jobs by age 38
Gordon, V. N. (1995). The undecided college student: An academic and career advising challenge (2nd. ed.). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
at least once in college
What’s My Dashboard?
Your Dashboard is where you can complete Wayfinder’s self-assessment activities, and review your saved degrees and career stories. The activities won’t give you career suggestions, but will help you assess your strengths.
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