Why are you here at BGSU? We exist to help answer this question and have many resources available to help.
Are you wondering what career-path to take? What jobs are available after you graduate? What can you do with the major you've selected? How do you find a job or internship? Stop in, email us, schedule an appointment, whatever help you need, we're here for you. Start by exploring the resources below:
Resources & Services
How To Find A Job
Intro Letter (aka Cover Letter)
FIT Certification (Professional Development)
CO-OPS & INTERNSHIPS
An internship or co-op is the beginning of your professional career, and the easiest way to build your professional network.
BGSU is a leader among graduate business programs and is an innovator in providing a curriculum that advances business professionals into a global marketplace. We were the
- First in the U.S. to offer a Master of Organization Development degree, and
- First in the state of Ohio to offer an Executive MBA program
The MBA program continues to be recognized as one of the best in the U.S. as well as Ohio by The Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools. Our MBA program has been included every year the rankings have existed.
Need Career Help? CLICK HERE
This website is LOADED with resources and we hope you put them to good use, but we would also be happy to see you in person as well. Click the button below to schedule an appointment or you can email us any question or questions you like! Email is open 24/7.
Focus is an online interactive career exploration and planning tool helping you discover your interests, skills, values, and personality. Explore occupations compatible with your personal qualities, preferences, and needs.
- Log-in to MyBGSU web portal
- Go to Career Center under Student Services
- Select FOCUS: Find Your Career
- Log-in using the instructions
My Next Move
What do you want to do for a living? This website will help you figure it out.
What Can I Do With This Major?
Click your major of interest below to see outlines of common career areas, employers, and strategies designed to stimulate opportunities. NOTE: These areas are representative of typical career paths associated with each major and not a comprehensive list. Explore multiple majors to learn about all career opportunities.
Management Information Systems
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Occupational Outlook Handbook
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
Green Careers Guide Bureau of Labor Statistics Home Page
Guide to Bureau of Labor Statistics Career Information
DOT Dictionary of Occupational Titles Index
O*NET: The Occupational Information Network
Job Trends & Labor Market Information
Bureau of Labor Statistics Fastest Growing Occupations
Bureau of Labor Statistics Career Guide to Industries
Bureau of Labor Statistics Fastest Growing Occupations by level of Education and Training
U.S. News Career Guide
Metropolitan Area Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates