A liberal arts education is interdisciplinary in nature, encouraging and allowing for exploration and breadth of opportunity, but it can feel unsettling to be undecided about your major or your plans after graduation.

Connecticut College offers many majors and academic areas of study, ranging from computer science to economics to dance. The goal of any liberal arts institution is to provide you an intellectual experience as well as opportunities for engagement and learning. Through the Office of Career and Professional Development, career advisers help you connect what you are learning both inside and outside the classroom by identifying ‘transferrable’ skills as the bridge between college and the world of work. Your academic major may not directly dictate your career choice and that’s ok! We have many resources that can help you assess, explore, and make the right connections as you move through your four years at Connecticut College.