Career Services Center – The Careers Services Center hosts many workshops and career fairs to prepare students for internships and jobs. Students are strongly encouraged to register and upload a resume as early as freshman year.
Log in to schedule a career appointment. Virtual AND in-person appointments are available! You can also sign up for career communities!
Associate in Arts Program Liaison
Senior Associate Director, Career Development & Campus Engagement Team
Policy & Social Impact
Academic Catalog -The University of Delaware catalog includes the requirements for all majors and minors. If interested in a major, a student should review the course requirements and descriptions. Students should complete prerequisites while in the Associate in Arts Program — whenever possible.
Major Finder – The major finder provides detailed information about the curriculum for each major. Each major has a link to the major’s website and career information. Many majors also have a video to further explain the major and career options.
Exploring Majors & Career Communities – Join career communities to connect with career counselors who specialize in your areas of interest. For students exploring a variety of career paths and interests, the Career Services Center offers individual career counseling, career assessments, career exploration programming, and “What Can I Do With This Major” programming & information.
Restricted Majors – Many majors only require a 2.0 GPA to request a change of major. There are select majors that have minimum GPA, pre-requisite, essay, interview, and/or portfolio requirements.
Career Outcomes – Learn more about career outcomes by UD major.
Occupational Outlook Handbook – The Occupational Outlook Handbook is the premier source for career information because it is developed by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Each career profile includes information on academic preparation, work environment, pay, job outlook and similar occupations.
UNIV 104: Sophomore Seminar – The focus of this seminar is to help facilitate your transition to University of Delaware’s Newark campus. This course is designed to give you a better understanding of your own academic and career interests along with the important skill sets needed to achieve your goals. Students can begin to develop a plan of action in selecting a major or to make sure the major they have selected will meet their goals. It will also help you continue to develop, or perhaps redefine, the academic skills necessary for success in junior and senior level courses. Furthermore, this course will introduce you to additional resources UD has to offer students.
ARSC121: Associate in Arts Program Transition Seminar – The Associate in Arts Program Transition Seminar is designed to support a successful transition of AAP students to the main campus. In this course, students will learn about on-campus resources, connect with fellow AAP students, and set goals for their junior and senior years.