Majors

3 Reasons to Get to Know Your Academic Advisor

Get Guidance and Support to Thrive While Having a Meaningful College Experience

Do you want to get involved on campus and don’t know where to start? I can help!

Did you have a quarter where things didn’t go as planned? Let’s develop a success plan together.

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3 Big Myths Busted for Pre-Health Students

What Really Matters When Applying to Professional Schools

When I arrived at UC Davis three years ago to start the Health Professions Advising office, what immediately struck me was not only the large number of students pursuing health careers — 5,000! — but also how much wrong information was being perpetuated about what matters to professional schools when judging student applications.

5 College Mashups That Make Great Majors

Broaden Your Career Appeal by Expanding Across Traditional Boundaries

You know the pop culture phenomenon that mashes up existing video, song and more to create something new and exciting? UC Davis does that — we think and work across traditional boundaries. In fact, we’re a leader in the mashups that, in the academic world, are called interdisciplinary studies. If you want to innovate, help contribute to solving the world’s most pressing problems and open up your career opportunities, here are five major mashups to check out.

Find Your Future in the College of Letters and Science

Over 110 Majors and Minors in the Liberal Arts Translate Into Real Careers Employers Like Liberal Arts Majors
  • 74 percent of employers prefer to hire liberal arts majors
  • 93 percent of the employers agreed that "demonstrated capacity to think critically, communicate clearly, and solve complex problems is more important than [which] undergraduate major."

Kristie Macosko Krieger turned her degree in sociology into a career as a movie producer and got nominated for an Oscar for Bridg

4 Assumptions About Majors Proven Wrong Cindy Quach May 22, 2018
National Statistics Show Well-Paid Futures for Students in the Liberal Arts as Well as for Those in STEM


Most students are told that college is worth the investment but aren’t given enough information on how your career potential after college varies by degree and skills. I’d like to give you some facts to help you figure it out.

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Starting as an Undeclared Major Can Be a Great Choice

There's Nothing Wrong With Taking Time to Explore Before Choosing a Major
 

“What’s your major?” That’s the question everyone seems to ask when they hear you are going to college. So, you may feel pressure to have a major nailed down by the time you arrive on campus.

My advice: Don’t!