Majors and Careers
Did you know that the average college grad changes jobs 12 times by the time they're 38? Your future career options will be shaped by your academic preparation in combination with your personal attributes and experience gained through campus involvement, internships, volunteer service and work experience. Choosing a major isn't always an easy decision, but the Career Center is here to help. We offer a wide variety of resources to assist you in clarifying your interests, identifying skill sets and exploring the endless number of opportunities that will be available to you after graduation.
- Choosing a Major
- Choosing a Major Workshops
- What Can I Do with a Major In...?
Information on a variety of majors and potential employment options
- WWU Employment Survey
Jobs obtained by new grads in different majors
The Ask! program is an online network created by the Western Alumni Association to connect WWU students and alumni for professional mentoring and career networking. Ask! mentors can offer advice to students and alumni about job hunting, interviewing, resume critiques, career choices, specific employers and industries.
- Viking CareerLink
See what kinds of jobs and internships are available for WWU students
- Washington Career Bridge
Tool that describes variety of occupations, job functions and labor trends
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
Bureau of Labor Statistics in-depth information on occupations
- Job Search
- International Opportunities
- Career Fairs
- Employment & Salary Information
Graduate School & Preprofessional Advising
- Students with Disabilities
- Diversity Resources
- Undocumented Students
- International Students