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Majors & Careers

Choosing A Major

Many students find the process of selecting a major or career stressful and overwhelming. With thousands of occupations out there, how do you select just one? We can help. Our career counselors are available for one-on-one meetings to help guide you through discovering and deciding on a career.

Self-evaluation & Assessments

The first step to finding a satisfying major or career is to learn as much about yourself as possible.

Career Assessments with Focus2

Start with FOCUS 2. It's a self-paced, online career and education planning tool. It provides a complete picture of your interests, values, personality, skills, and leisure activities using self-assessment questionnaires, interest inventories, and personality testing.

Create a Focus2 account:

  • Register your Texas Wesleyan email
  • Your Focus2 registration password (Access Code) will be "RAMS."

Four Year Plan

Use this helpful guide to get your career on track from the start with tips and tasks for each year in college.

Major Exploration

Finding what you want to spend four years studying can be overwhelming. These resources can help you discover your passion and find a career doing something you love:

Majors Available at TXWES

See which majors and minors are offered.

What Can I do With This Major?

Whether exploring multiple majors or searching for information about your chosen field, Focus2 will help you connect majors to careers.


Career Exploration

There are plenty resources filled with facts about careers you can pursue. Find out about how much you could make or where the pros think your field is heading in the future.

Online Resources

O*NET Online

This website contains detailed descriptions of the world of work helpful in exploring careers.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

A guide from the Bureau of Labor Statistics on career information for hundreds of occupations.

Salary Calculator

Offered by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, this tool uses information relating to your education, employment history, and other factors to create the most accurate compensation and employment guidance available.