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Confused or unsure about want you want to do for a career? There are lots of options. Explore our seven career and prepare to transfer to paths that will lead you to a rewarding career or prepare you for transfer to a four-year baccalaureate program.

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Arts and Humanities

You are inquisitive, inspired, and creative. You are a thinker, a historian, a writer, pondering where we've come from and where we're going.

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Business, Economics and Data Analytics

You are organized, a leader, and a collaborator who works well with others to accomplish your goals. You know the importance of selling, promoting, and using data to achieve your objectives.

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Communication, Media and Film

You have a passion for telling stories, creating media, arguing a position, and reporting on events; you are a maker! Framing an image, fashioning a story, creating for the web, branding with social media, communicating in innovative ways, and producing visuals come naturally to you.

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Education, Government, and Human Services

You are passionate about helping others and want to share your knowledge and make a difference in the world. Fearless, you will put your life on the line to assist others. You are kind, patient, and understanding of people, from children to the elderly.

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Environment and Sustainability

You love nature and want to protect the environment and save resources. The earth and all its creatures and biomes inspire you. You are drawn to investigate nutrients in the soil and species of ocean life, treat wild and domestic animals, and help with the effects of toxic spills.

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Health and Health Administration

You care about the well-being of others. You want to help them be healthy and free from pain, and heal them if they are ill. Helping others to be their best selves and maximize their potential invigorates you.

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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

You are logical, organized, and love solving problems. Tinkering and building machines and structures or developing code to run them energizes you. Math and sciences come easily to you, as do biology and chemistry.

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