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Whether you’re unsure of your major, trying to figure out what you can do with your degree, or discovering that the path you thought you were on may no longer be the right one for you—you have come to the right place!

Career exploration is about getting curious, talking to people, and trying things out to discover the possibilities! This process is ongoing, so whether you’re a first-year student just getting started, a sophomore trying to decide on a major, a junior or senior considering post-grad options, or an alumnus/a looking to change careers, your career development never really ends—so embrace the journey!

Below are resources to help you explore and create your own vision for your future career. Check out some or all of the below resources, and you’re welcome to schedule an appointment with a career adviser to help you get started.

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Center for Major & Career Exploration

Did you know there is an office on campus dedicated to helping you make an informed decision about your academic major? The Center for Major & Career Exploration can help you choose a major that fits your passions. Then, you can visit the Career Center to figure out how to build a career from that major! 

Visit the Center for Major & Career Exploration

is your future career plan super strong? Take the Super strong assessment to help you understand where your interests intersect with potential major and career pathways

SuperStrong Assessment

Is your future career plan SuperStrong? The SuperStrong® assessment is derived from the Strong Interest Inventory® assessment, one of the most widely used career tools in the world. The SuperStrong helps students identify their interests and extends their understanding of how interests can support academic and career success with up-to-date data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), and Occupational Information Network (O*NET). Using the same career theory and research behind the Strong Interest Inventory, the SuperStrong is readily accessible to all members of the OU community. The assessment takes 5-10 minutes and can be taken via computer, cell phone, tablet, or any other electronic device.

To access the SuperStrong Assessment, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to
  2. Click "Sign Up" and use access code uofoklahoma-sooners to create a new account.
  3. This account will allow you to access your results anytime. After creating an account, the system will prompt you to begin the assessment.
  4. You will immediately see your results after completing the assessment. 
  5. Follow up with a Major & Career Exploration Coach if you have additional questions!