What is HAPPI Advising?
Three Steps for Advising
Explore health related professions with Career Services or the Academic Success Center.
Create a plan with an academic advisor and discuss with major departments.
Establish your path by declaring your major.
Health Related Majors & Minors at Brockport
- Alcohol & Substance Abuse Studies Major (BS)
- Biochemistry Major (BS)
- Biology (BS/MS) Combined Degree
- Biology (BS/PharmD) Combined Degree
- Biology Major (BA, BS)
- Chemistry Major (BA, BS)
- Disability Studies Minor
- Exercise Science Major (BS)
- Forensic Science Minor
- Healthcare Administration Major (BS)
- International Studies Minor
- Kinesiology Major (BS)
- Medical Technology Major (BS)
- Nursing Major (BSN)
- Nursing RN-to-BSN Fast Track (BSN)
- Physical Education Teacher Education Major (BS)
- Pre-Professional Health Minor
- Psychology (BS/MA) Combined Degree
- Psychology Major (BA, BS)
- Public Health Major (BS)
- Recreation & Leisure Studies Major (BS)
- Second Degree Nursing (BS to BSN)
- Social Work Major (BS)
Helpful Career Tools
This website will help you connect majors to careers. Learn about typical career areas and types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate!
Vault provides in-depth intelligence on what it's really like to work within an industry, company, or profession—and how to position yourself to launch and build the career you want. Vault is best known for its influential rankings, ratings, and reviews on thousands of top employers and hundreds of internship programs.
Stages of career development for a college student do not always follow a linear pattern, as students are able to return to any stage if needed. This webpage looks at the four stages of career progression. Remember, no matter what stage of career progression you are working on, Career Services can assist you. Online modules created and shared by the University of South Florida, Career Center. While there are references to USF, this is a great tool to work your way through career progression.
O*NET is the nation's primary source for occupational information. The database covers thousands of occupations with specific descriptions about those occupations. This is a great tool for Career Exploration! Search for careers based on growth outlook, level of education/training, industry and more.
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