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My Future Career

What do you want to be when you grow up?

Whatever your career choice, pursue something that interests you. The more you do what you love, the more you’ll love what you do, and the CSU can prepare you to succeed in many fields.

  • Interested in Art?
    Consider a career as an artist, graphic designer, cartoonist, fashion designer, talent agent, photographer, filmmaker, multimedia artist, animator, actor or musician.
  • Interested in Math?
    Consider a career as an engineer, accountant, math teacher, financial analyst, business administration manager, physicist, mathematician, or pilot.
  • Interested in Technology?
    Consider a career as an engineer, information technology specialist, web designer, programmer, or video game developer.
  • Interested in Science?
    Consider a career as a biologist, astronomer, environmental analyst, doctor, nurse, chemist, pharmacist, dentist, wildlife conservationist, emergency management specialist, or ecologist.
  • Interested in English?
    Consider a career as a journalist, writer, market research analyst, editor, communications specialist, school teacher, or news reporter.
  • Interested in Social Science?
    Consider a career as a lawyer, judge, economist, politician, historian, researcher, diplomat, social worker, sociologist, or anthropologist.
  • Interested in Athletics?
    Consider a career as a police officer, athletic coach, sports agent, personal trainer, chiropractor, professional athlete, or physical therapist.
What can I study?

What can I study?

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) jobs are some of the hottest and fastest-growing in the country.

Learn more about these jobs of the future

With 23 campuses and literally hundreds of major offerings, you can study many things at the California State University. Consider a career in these growing fields:

  • Health care
  • Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)
  • Education
  • Government
  • Finance
  • Information technology
  • Green careers

Find out what you can study

What difference does college make?

What difference does college make?

College graduates can earn more than those who don’t attend college.

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STEM: Jobs of the Future

STEM: Jobs of the Future

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) jobs are some of the hottest and fastest-growing in the country.

Learn more about these jobs of the future

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