- US Department of Labor - Occupational Outlook Handbook (You can search for occupations in the tiny box on the left-hand side that says "Search OOH.")
- CA Career Zone (Search for specific careers in the box on the upper right.)
- www.collegegrad.com/careers (Commercial site - Use with a more critical eye.)
- CareerOneStop (US Dept. of Labor)
Cal State & UC Universities
Cal State Universities
CSU Eligibility Index
Overview of Admissions Requirements
CSU campuses with higher standards
CSUN (Cal State Northridge) List of majors (For other schools, try Googling "[school name] list of majors," for example "UC Riverside list of majors," or go to the school website and search under "Academics" or "Departments.")
List of Cal State Schools
Info for CSUN students who want to go to medical school (i.e., become doctors!)
UC Schools (University of California) UCLA, UC Davis, UCSB, UC Berkeley, etc.
MINIMUM Admission Requirements
Average GPAs & SAT scores
UCLA: List of majors & minors (For other schools, try Googling "[school name] list of majors," for example "UC Riverside list of majors," or go to the school website and search under "Academics" or "Departments.")
List of UC Schools
Departments & Programs
- Collegeboard.com -- Explore majors
- College Navigator
- Database for searching by school OR by specific majors (courses of study).
- SparkNotes - College Exploration
- Try an advanced search to find colleges that suit your needs.
- Counselor-o-Matic (from Princeton Review)
- You can answer questions in different categories (Academics, High School Life, You & Your Family, Majors & Degrees, Location & Size, Student Body, Cost & Aid, Activities) to get a list of colleges that fit you.
What are the a-g requirements??
|a. History/social science||2 courses|
|b. English||4 courses|
|c. Mathematics||3 courses, including elementary algebra, geometry and intermediate algebra|
|d. Laboratory science||2 courses from two disciplines|
|e. Language other than English||2 courses|
|f. Visual and performing arts||1 course|
|g. College-preparatory elective courses, to be chosen from the fields above or another course approved by UC||1 course|