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Explore Careers, Interests, and Majors

Click on the boxes below to explore various careers, interest areas, and/or majors. If you need help organizing information as you explore, you may find the Majors Research Guide and/or Occupational Research Guide beneficial. Additionally, the career coaches at the University Career Center are available to help you explore your options. You can schedule an appointment online or by calling 785-864-3624.

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Consider taking the HawkQuest quiz: a career and major exploration tool for Jayhawks! The quiz should only take about 15 minutes.


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