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Career Fields

The exploration process can feel overwhelming. Start by choosing a few career fields that pique your interest.

Delve deeper into each area of study to discover related UT majors, minors, and certificates that might be a good fit. You can also read stories from real professionals who currently work in the field you’re interested in.

Major Visual Art Studies

Creative Arts & Design

Imaginative. Curious. Passionate.

Sound like you? These are just a few personality traits found in creative arts and design, a career field that encourages individual creative expression.

Major Journalism

Communication & Marketing

Critical. Informed. Expressive.

Sound like you? These are just a few personality traits found in communications and marketing, a career field that effectively crafts and disseminates information effectively to targeted audiences.

Major Public Health

Healthcare

Caring. Decisive. Ethical.

Sound like you? These are just a few personality traits found in healthcare, a career field committed to the improvement of health through prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.

Major Finance

Business & Entrepreneurship

Driven. Competitive. Innovative.

Sound like you? These are just a few personality traits found in business and entrepreneurship, a career field that delivers goods and services to a global economy.

Major All Level Special Education

Education & Human Services

Compassionate. Organized. Attentive.

Sound like you? These are just a few personality traits found in the Education and Human Services, a career field that provides critical support to one’s community.

Major Government

Government & Public Affairs

Influential. Judicious. Communicative.

Sound like you? These are just a few personality traits found in government and public affairs, a career field that is committed the advancement of the public good through service, policy, and law.

Major Chemistry

Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math

Analytical. Creative. Independent.

Sound like you? These are just a few personality traits found in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), a career field that tackles some of the biggest challenges facing our society today.