Exploring Majors and Careers
The Undergraduate Studies Program (USP) was created to provide a "home" for students who were undecided about their major or who were interested in more than one major. USP's vision is to provide its students with guidance and the freedom to explore and identify their academic and career opportunities.
Exploring majors and careers can be an exciting, yet time-consuming process. Purdue has more than 200 majors leading to a virtually limitless number of career opportunities. To get started, click on one of the links to the left.
- Center for Career Opportunities (Stewart Center, Room 194, 494-3981) offers career counseling and a career resource library.
- Counseling and Guidance Center (Beering Hall, Room 3202, 494-9738) provides assistance for students with a variety of career and personal concerns.
- Office of the Dean of Students Counseling (Schleman Hall, Room 207, 494-1747) offers counseling services for students on various topics, including career concerns.