Explore A Major at Colorado Mesa University
Use the links below to explore the majors offered at Colorado Mesa University. These pages as well as those on our What To Do With A Major page can be used to explore career possibilities associated with each program. Students can also visit with an academic advisor or utilize Career Services to help them determine a major.
Once a student determines their major, they must contact the corresponding academic department to declare the major. The department will then assign a faculty advisor to the student. Visit our Declaring/Changing a Major or Minor page to learn more on how to view a student's current major and/or on the process of declaring a major.
- Business Economics
- Business Management
- Computer Information Systems
- Construction Management
- Hospitality Management
- Human Resources
- Landman/Energy Management
Biological & Physical Sciences
Computer Science & Mathematics
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Also learn more about our WCCC technical programs.
Exploring a Major Research Resources
Explore different programs at Colorado Mesa, learn about graduation requirements, and find information about different career fields associated with specific programs.
Current CMU students can use this program to research job description and specialties, education and training required, Holland types, temperaments and aptitudes, earnings and employment outlook, work hours and travel, physical demands, transferable work content skills, etc.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. Revised every two years, the Handbook describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.
The official job site for the United States Federal Government, you can use USA JOBS to find jobs that are best suited for you based on your interests. You can also investigate jobs that include tasks you like to do. When you indicate the kinds of tasks you prefer, they will be matched to jobs available in the government. This list contains some of the most common occupations in the Federal government but not all Federal jobs are represented. As an experienced job seeker, you may already have a particular Federal Job in mind. Find descriptions and minimum qualifications necessary for that job. Find private sector jobs that are similar to the Federal job you are currently performing or are interested in performing.
Use this free, online resource to find detailed occupation information including descriptions, education and training, wage information, and employment trends. Search for information by using keywords, browsing by job families or descriptions. You can also assess your skill areas to find matching occupations.