Have you decided on a major?

Are you thinking about changing your major?

Career Services at Bluefield College can assist you with the major selection process. We offer career assessments to help clarify personality and interest factors as they relate to majors and careers. If you’re having trouble deciding on a major, think about your past courses and professors. Which courses did you look forward to attending? In which courses did you enjoy doing the assignments? Did you feel at home in any particular department? Your answers to these questions can give you good clues about possible majors and/or minors. Also, take time to talk with friends, family, professors, and academic advisors to receive their input about which majors they think would best suit you.

Browse majors and career options at the link below.

The College Board


Recommended Career Exploration Resources

  • Vault: Excellent resource with downloadable career guides, employer profiles and rankings, discussion boards, industry blogs and news covering the latest trends and issues, diversity, green programs and leadership development profiles, and Vault's job board, which matches employers and recruiters with top talent.
  • Glassdoor: Gives you an inside look at jobs, salaries, company reviews, and interview questions.
  • CareerBliss: Millions of options are available with this Cultural Job Search Engine.

Additional Career Exploration Resources

  • America's Career Infonet: This site is part of the U.S. Department of Labor sponsored Career Kit.
  • Career Voyages: A website from the Department of Labor about high-growth jobs.
  • ChristianJobs: ChristianJobs.com is a premier job search website for Christian employment at ministry organizations, nonprofits, and businesses.
  • ChurchStaffing: ChurchStaffing.com is the largest online job search website for church jobs, pastor jobs, and ministry jobs.
  • DiversityJobs Street Smart: Minority employees sharing valuable lessons they don't teach in school.
  • JustJobs Academy: Career lessons that will send you to the top of any employer's shortlist.
  • Occupational Information Network (O*Net): A comprehensive database of worker attributes and job characteristics.
  • One Day One Job: Highlights one company each day and discusses its entry-level job offerings. The posts are completely editorial in nature, and give students a starting point for researching a company.
  • What Can I Do With This Major?: Provides general areas, employers, and information/strategies relating to specific career fields.