Career Options

Looking for internship or job leads? 

Click HERE to view a list of job banks from every sector and for all job seekers, whether students seeking internships or experienced professionals. Be sure to use UDallas CareerLink, too, to find leads from employers specifically seeking UD candidates. 

Looking for guidance in selecting a career (or a major)? 

Students may contact Gaby Martin to take Focus2, an online education and career-interests assessment and planning tool.  Research shows that students who engage in career planning activities have improved academic performance and tend to gain and maintain motivation, leading to a more satisfying and fulfilling university experience.  

Email Gaby at gmartin@udallas.edu 

Major-specific curricular and non-curricular information: 

Click on a major below to see a snapshot of the following: 

  • Four-Year academic Plan
  • Other opportunities for scholarship and service
  • Requirements to keep in mind
  • A "where are they now" of current students and alumni from the selected major 

Art

Biology

Business  

Chemistry / Biochemistry

 

Classical Philology

Classics

Computer Science

Drama

Economics

Economics - Finance

Education

English

History

Math

Modern Languages - French

Modern Languages - German

Modern Languages- Italian

Modern Languages -Spanish

Philosophy

Physics

Politics

Psychology

Theology

 

Undeclared 

 

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