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Gather Information

The more information the more informed your decision will be. Gather information then put the information together to begin narrowing your choices. 

Explore How Majors and Careers Relate

Begin exploring by visiting the resource below or scheduling an appointment with one of our expert career counselors.

Declare your Major

Declaring your major by 60 credits helps you stay on track for graduation and keeps you informed on major-
specific opportunities such as internships, volunteering and research roles.

Research Jobs & Occupations

Connect with Someone in Your Field

Join the UB Career Connector Network. Over 600 alumni and professionals are available to mentor, share tips and give advice to you.

Get Experience - Being in the field allows you to observe others at work, see the environment, hear how professionals work together and participate in typical job tasks.  Ways to get experience include:

Brent D. Arcangel Career Resource Library

Visit the Brent D. Arcangel Career Resource Library in 259 Capen Hall which contains information on career exploration, job/internship searching, and advanced degrees. Use the Library Thing, a tool to search the UB Career Services Library catalog to identify materials to  help with your career planning.