Choosing your major at Arizona State University may have seemed difficult, but finding a job can be an even greater challenge.
Unless you had your specific job in mind as you worked through your required and elective courses at Arizona State, you likely have to start that job hunt to determine where your degree applies - and where your knowledge will be a good fit.
Ranked 73rd in among national public colleges, ASU is a respected college offering a vast selection of degree and undergraduate degree opportunities. Known for its research and entrepreneurial spirit, the top majors at ASU include Business (management and marketing), Social Services, Education and Communication. The Job Market for the Top Degree Programs at Arizona State University
Business - A business degree with a specialization in specific support services can open a wide variety of job opportunities including:
•Compensation and Benefits Manager •Marketing Manager •Administrative Services Manager •HR Managers •Legislators •Public Relations Managers
Social Services - Social services is a wide-spread field with countless career choices depending on how one specializes, particularly in their course work. This includes:
•Medical/Public Health •Substance Abuse Counselor •Mental Health/Clinical Social Worker •Child Welfare
Education - Schools around the world, not just in the US, need skilled professionals to assist in every facet of the education system. Job opportunities include:
•Guidance Counselor •Instructional Coordinator •Training and Development Specialist/Manager •Instructional Designer •Health Educator
Communication - While technology may change how we communicate, the fact that businesses, governmental bodies and organizations (for and non-profit) must communicate will never change. Job opportunities in communication include:
•Meeting and Event Planner •Editor •Technical Writer •PR Manager/Specialist •Broadcast News Analyst •Advertising Manager
Learn more Every degree offers a wealth of job opportunities if you know where to look. FirstJob works with college students and recent college grads to help them find career choices they'll love based on their field of study.