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Learn more about "Science Based, Human Focused" majors

Considering a change in majors? Enjoy a balance between scientific and more person-centered work? Consider attending the School of Human Ecology's information session tomorrow, Wednesday, December 4 in GEA 125 to learn more about their "science-based, human-focused" majors. Human Development and Family Sciences: 9 AM Public Health: 10 AM Textiles[...]

Turn Stewardship into Action: the Landscape Studies minor

The landscape studies minor provides a foundation in concepts related to the designed landscape for undergraduate students outside of the School of Architecture. It introduces environmental and cultural issues concerning the design, planning, and management of the built environment. The minor specifically targets undergraduates who desire exposure to how designed[...]

Enhance Your Academics with a Minor in Interdisciplinary Disabilities Studies

Looking for a minor that can be tailored to your specific academic needs and interests? The School of Social Work's Interdisciplinary Disabilities Studies minor offers focused tracks in law, architecture, social work, medicine, public health, education, anthropology, business, the arts, and philosophy. Coursework provides information on how disability is constructed[...]

Apply to Transfer to McComb's Canfield Business Honors Program

Canfield Business Honors Program (BHP) offers a curriculum modeled after case-based MBA programs. Class discussions around real-world business cases allow professors to teach the complexities of business and allow students to learn how to think through any problem. Each year, Canfield BHP accepts a limited number of sophomore transfer applicants[...]

Actualize a Major in Actuarial Studies

Join assistant director of the actuarial studies program, Professor Alisa Walch, for an information session this Tuesday, October 22 from 4-5 pm in CPE 2.212. Professor Walch will briefly describe the actuarial profession, the professional actuarial organizations, the actuarial credentialing process, and the UT actuarial program/degree. A significant portion of[...]

Be a Mentor for Incoming Students

We can pretty much all agree that the transition from high school to college is a huge step, made much easier by having others to lean on. If you are passionate about mentorship, or have some advice to give based on your experience as a first-year student, consider applying to[...]

Spend your Summer in the Big Apple!

Don't miss your chance to escape the Texas heat and spend your summer living, working, and learning in the city that never sleeps! Catch one of three information sessions this week, or the next round in November. Dates are listed on the flyer below. UTNY is ideal for majors such[...]

Grad Schools Galore! Happening TONIGHT

Interested in pursuing a Master's degree in Public Health? Don't miss your chance to explore programs and talk with admissions staff from across the globe, tonight from 5:30- 7:30 pm in the Union 3.304. Still have a few years to go before graduation? UT offers an undergraduate major in Public[...]

Live, Work and Learn in the Entertainment Capital of the World

No matter your major, if you are considering a career in the entertainment industry or even just a move to the west coast, be sure to check out one of UTLA's information sessions to find out if the program could be the perfect fit for you! Sessions will provide general[...]

Get Psyched for Psychology Internal Transfer Sessions

Considering a major in Psychology? Find out more information about the program, requirements, and advising at an internal transfer session information session this fall. With such a large program, advisors are not able to see non-majors for advising, so take advantage of this opportunity to meet with them and learn[...]

Your major does not always determine your career path. Many graduates pursue careers outside their field, depending on their interests and experiences.


It’s not just your major that matters! Make yourself marketable by gaining a variety of experiences in college. Read a few inspiring stories by professionals whose experiences led to great careers.

Contact a Vick Center career counselor today to find out how you can turn your major into a career.