Choosing a Major/Career
The CDC can help you begin to explore the intersection between major choice and occupations.
MAJORS IN MOTION
Contrary to popular opinion, there are more career paths open to liberal arts students than there are to graduates of any other area of professional study. The ability to think creatively, communicate effectively, solve problems, organize ideas and resources, conduct and explain research, and make decisions are all skills and abilities highly sought after by employers. These skills are all cornerstones of a liberal arts education.
Our MAJORS IN MOTION infographics break down each major at Oxy, providing a snapshot of the degree, career paths pursued by grads with that degree, sample occupational titles a person with that degree could hold, examples of employers, and advice on how to get the most out of that major.
Read them all as you think through what you may study in your time at Oxy, and return to your major's infographic when you need a reminder that your career potential---no matter your major---is abundant. If you have further questions, this is the perfect topic to bring up in an appointment with a career counselor, just log-in to TIGERlink.
Art History & Visual Art
Critical Theory & Social Justice
Diplomacy and World Affairs
East Asian Studies
Latino/a and Latin American Studies
Spanish and French Studies
Urban & Environmental Policy
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