Career Exploration Programs

Career Exploration Studies offers you the opportunity to do an intensive career search for an associate degree program while you develop a better understanding of yourself through career and personal counseling and the sampling of various majors. A counselor/academic advisor will work with you to assist you in evaluating information and making a career decision. 

You may remain in the Career Exploration program for up to two semesters to select and prepare for a major. During that time, you will take introductory and foundation courses in various majors as well as courses in English, mathematics, communication, and sometimes other liberal arts and sciences courses. 

For questions related to Career Exploration Studies, contact Kiersten Blankley, director of Career Exploration Studies.

Deaf and hard-of-hearing students who meet admissions requirements may also be eligible to enter the University Exploration Program.