The path to finding a major and careers of interest to you is enhanced when you know more about yourself. The following self assessments can assist in learning more about your values, interests, personality, and aptitude. We encourage you to meet with a career counselor to discuss your findings.

Puzzled – A Workbook for the Undeclared student (PDF format) has a short personality quiz, skills section, work values, and other self assessments

Explore Majors at UMF to learn more about UMF’s majors, courses and jobs related to them

UMF Catalog to find detailed information about UMF’s majors and requirements

Jung Typology Test is based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ typological approach to personality

Skills Matcher to match your skills to careers that use those skills

Learn How to Become to learn about the steps required to start a career in a variety of areas.

What Can I Do With This  Major? has list of common careers

The Sokanu Career Test lets you discover your perfect career in about 30 minutes.

 MyMajors.com features a College Major Quiz or browse the list of college majors and the list of careers and job titles available

O*Net Online has detailed descriptions of the world of work

Job Shadow: Shadow Real People’s Jobs Online: Read real interviews from people as they talk about the jobs they do and the careers they have.

Occupational Outlook Handbook includes hundreds of occupations, work environment, how to become one, salary, and more.

Contact Us

Center for Student Development
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