It’s OK if you don’t know what to do with your life yet. At UB, you have time to figure it out — and countless opportunities to try new things. Of course, you can always rely on our team to answer your questions and help you decide what to do next.
Start by exploring yourself-- like, don't like and what you're curious about.
Before you can explore options, you need to discover yourself. What interests you? What are your strengths and skills? No one knows you better than yourself.
Your expert career counselor, may recommend one of our assessment tools to help with your major/career decision-making. If so, that assessment is free! If you're interested in taking additional assessments, small fees may apply. Talk with your career counselor to choose the assessment that is right for you.
MyPlan helps you learn more about how your interests, values and abilities fit into a career.
Helps you learn about your top strengths as well as how to develop and apply your strengths in academic, career, leadership and other life situations.
Helps you define general career areas and identifies a list of occupations that are a good match for your interest pattern.
Personality assessment tool that helps you describe your strengths, your preferred function in a job or organization, and specific career areas that you might be interested in.
A tool to help you identify, challenge and alter negative career thoughts that impact your decision making.
We get it. Choosing a career path can be overwhelming and scary. We're here to help you get closer to choosing a career path. Pick your course, plus get credit too.
101: Major Explorers
The Major Explorers program through the UB 101 course is designed to help undecided first-year students explore their academic and career options, to increase their readiness to select a major by 45 completed credit hours.
202: Major and Career Planning
This course is designed to guide first- and second-year students, and those experiencing major transitions, through a career exploration process which focuses on self-discovery, exploring academic and career options and taking new actions to learn about possible paths after graduation.
302: College to Career
For Juniors and Seniors getting ready to transition from College to a Career, this one-credit course will help you get the best resume and cover letter writing skills, job searching tips as well as networking and interviewing hacks.
Research typical job tasks, working conditions, required training and education, earnings, and expected job outlook.
Search by keywords, interests, skills, values and a variety of other methods.
Be sure click on the Description tab under each occupation to see dozens of related job titles
Information on 900+ careers, as well as local job openings and training opportunities.
Exploring the idea of going to Graduate or Professional School? Learn about the types of degrees, how to choose a graduate school, how to plan ahead and more.
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We want to make sure you're confident in your major and career plan so we've created this major and career survey to help you get started!