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Career Services

 

Student Center 240

1200 S. Jay St.

Aberdeen, S.D. 57401

 

Phone: 605-626-2371

Fax: 605-626-3399

E-mail: careerdev@northern.edu

 

 

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Choosing a Major: Conventional

Careful Organizers take an orderly approach to organizing and managing finances, procedures, or data.

 

 

Majors/minors Careers Campus Activities
Accounting Accountant Accounting Club
Accounting minor Actuary Honors Program
Banking & Financial Svcs (AS) Administrative assistant VITA
Banking & Financial Svcs (BS) Archivist Wolves Money Management
Banking & Financial Svcs (MS) Auditor Work study & student labor positions
Business Administration (AS) Bookkeeper  
Business Administration (BS) Budget analyst  
Business Administration minor Business analyst  
Computer Science minor Collections specialist  
Economics Computer operations staff  
Economics minor Computer security specialist  
Executive Banking Certificate Computer teacher  
Finance Computer technician  
Financial Services minor Cost accountant  
Intermediate Banking certificate Court clerk  
Management Info. sys. minor CPA  
Management Info. Sys. Credit analyst  
Mathematics (BsEd) Desktop publisher  
Professional Accountancy Dispatcher  
  Editorial assistant  
  Financial planner  
  Fund director  
  Help desk staff  
  Insurance agent  
  Insurance underwriter  
  Investment analyst  
  Investment consultant  
  Investments manager  
  Loan officer  
  Mathematics teacher  
  Military enlisted personnel  
  Military officer  
  Mortgage officer  
  Night auditor  
  Portfolio manager  
  Program manager  
  Purchasing agent  
  Registrar  
  Scheduler  
  Software developer  
  Tax accountant  
  Technical writer  
  Teller  
  Trust officer  
  Web developer  

 

 This exercise is just a small step toward establishing your career goals.  Please use the resources of the Career Development & Placement Center (Student Center 240, Phone 626-2371) throughout your years at NSU.  For example, there is software available for finding current information about these occupations.  Call for an appointment if you need information about careers, decision-making, experience before you make a decision, job search help, and other related questions.