[The following blog post was written by Kristin E. Cangialosi, a graduate student in the Department of Library & Information Studies.]
You got accepted into UB and started college in the last couple of months, or maybe even last year. You’re taking the required general education courses but still cannot decide what you want to do after graduation. Or maybe you came to UB with a declared major, but after taking some classes are starting to realize that it’s not the right fit for you.
UB Career Services is dedicated to providing students with the information to help make these major decisions easier. For each major offered at the university, UB Career Services has created a guide that explains what you can do professionally with that degree when you graduate. For even more guidance, you can enroll in the three-credit, semester-long, seminar course UBE 202: Career Planning to conduct a deeper exploration of your options.
To help get you thinking about career possibilities, you can use the Career Planning Guide to find resources within the UB Libraries’ collections. Here are just a few of the titles available to get you started with your independent research.