DISCOVER UTA MAJORS

Strong Interest Skills

          SOCIAL

     ARTISTIC

  ENTERPRISING

  INVESTIGATIVE

       REALISTIC

  CONVENTIONAL

You are...

  • Cooperative
  • Friendly
  • Understanding…
  • Expressive
  • Original
  • Independent…
  • Energetic
  • Persuasive
  • Sociable…
  • Curious
  • Analytical
  • Introspective…
  • Practical
  • Persistent
  • Straight-Forward…
  • Conscientious
  • Efficient
  • Well-Organized…

You enjoy...

  • Teaching
  • Aiding/Comforting
  • Listening to Others…
  • Art
  • Fashion
  • Designing Buildings…
  • Organizing Activities
  • Initiating Projects
  • Influencing People…
  • Strategy Games
  • Science
  • Politics
  • Outdoors…
  • Opperating Tools/Machinery
  • Outdoors
  • Animals…
  • Record Keeping
  • Numerical Work
  • Details…

Majors to consider:

CRIMINOLOGY & CRIMINAL JUSTICE

SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY

NURSING

KINESIOLOGY & PUBLIC HEALTH

SOCIAL WORK

BIOLOGY

PSYCHOLOGY

HISTORY

POLITICAL SCIENCE

ARCHITECTURE

COMMUNICATION

ENGLISH

ART + ART HISTORY

THEATRE

MUSIC

MARKETING

FINANCE & REAL ESTATE

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

MANAGEMENT

ECONOMICS

ADVERTISING

POLITICAL SCIENCE

SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY

BIOLOGY

GEOLOGY

PHYSICS

CRIMINOLOGY

SOCIAL WORK

CHEMISTRY

MATH

PSYCHOLOGY

MECHANICAL & AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

CIVIL ENGINEERING

ELECTICAL ENGINEERING

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING

ARCHITECTURE

INTERIOR DESIGN

GEOLOGY

HEALTH PROFESSIONS

KINESIOLOGY

ACCOUNTING

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

ECONOMICS

COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING

FINANCE & REAL ESTATE

MATH (ACTUARIAL SCIENCE)


               KEY SKILLS DEVELOPED DURING COLLEGE BY MAJOR

 

ARCHITECTURE PLANNING & PUBLIC AFFIARS

 BUSINESS

 EDUCATION

 ENGINEERING

LIBERAL ARTS

NURSING & HEALTH INNOVATIONS

 SCIENCE

SOCIAL WORK

Time Management & Organization   ✓   ✓   ✓   ✓   ✓   ✓   ✓   ✓ 
Scientific Skills             (Computer/Sciences)    ✓   ✓   ✓ 
Technical Skills      (Design/Quality Control)                 ✓                               ✓   ✓ 
Note Taking Skills  ✓         ✓ 
Emotional Intelligence   ✓   ✓ 
Assessing & Analyzing Skills   ✓     ✓                ✓     ✓   
Analytical Thinking Skills       ✓            ✓            ✓                    ✓         ✓         ✓ 
Communication Skills      ✓            ✓            ✓              ✓         ✓                ✓         ✓         ✓ 
Problem Solving                  ✓            ✓            ✓              ✓         ✓                ✓         ✓         ✓ 
Creative Thinking                  ✓            ✓    ✓ 
Presentation Skills                  ✓      ✓             ✓       
Effective with Ambiguity    ✓ 
Attention to Details                  ✓   ✓          ✓ 
Report Writing              ✓   ✓          ✓ 
Active Listening              ✓       ✓ 

                                 

                                     ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

               UTA Degree Programs            Lockheed Martin Career Development Center            UTA Academic Support

 

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