What Can I do With A Major In...

The What Can I Do With a Major In series is an excellent way to learn about the occupational options for your major of study.  By reading information about your major you will not only learn about the transferable skills involved in that field of study, but also about practical job titles, employers, and field related resources. This information is a great place to start brainstorming about possible career paths. 

Consider booking an appointment to further discuss how your interests and major/field of study can turn into a rewarding career path in the world of work.   We can help you learn how to use this information in conjunction with your career planning goals & job search strategies.


General Major in Management
Addictions Counselling General Major in the Sciences
Agricultural Biotechnology General Major in the Social Sciences
Agricultural Studies Geography
Anthropology History
Archaeology & Geography Human Resource Management & Labour Relations
Art International Management
Art History / Museum Studies Kinesiology
Art Studio Marketing
Biochemisty Mathematics
Biological Sciences Multidisciplinary - Fine Arts
Canadian Studies
Chemistry Music - Digital Audio Arts
Computer Science Native American Studies
Computer Science & GIS Neuroscience
Dramatic Arts New Media
Dramatic Arts - Performance Nursing
Dramatic Arts - Technical Design Philosophy
Physics
Economics Political Science
Education Psychology
English Public Health
Environmental Science Religious Studies
Finance Remote Sensing
First Nations Governance Sociology
Urban & Regional Studies
General Major in the Humanities Women & Gender Studies

NOTE: These documents are intended to provide students with suggestions and ideas regarding the career planning process. They offer examples of career titles and possible work settings, as well as an overview of ways in which students can broaden their interests and experiences. They are not, however, intended to replace research and thought into your future. Career planning is a life-long series of choices, which each individual must make for themselves.