What Can I do with this Major?
Choosing your major can feel like a very difficult process–as if you’re choosing what you will do for the rest of your life. In reality, choosing a major and choosing a career are NOT necessarily the same thing.
Choose your major based primarily on what you enjoy learning and what coursework will bring out your best work. Selecting a major based on these criteria will most likely lead to success and personal satisfaction in your career.
Goshen’s academic majors are listed below. Click on a major to learn about the field of study, the coursework required for the major, and common careers associated with each one.
- American Sign Language
- Bible & religion
- Business Administration
- Elementary education
- Elementary ed/Special education
- English writing
- Environmental science
- Exercise Science
- History & social research
- Molecular biology/Biochemistry
- Organizational Leadership
- Peace, justice, & conflict studies
- Public relations
- Social work
- Youth ministry
If you have a strong interest in several different fields of study, you may want to consider an interdisciplinary major, which includes coursework from three majors or minors. Read more about interdisciplinary studies here.