The links provided on this page offer a wide range of information with which to explore careers in science. These online resources provide salary and employment data, demographics, statistics, online applications, and additional links to health professional organizations and services.
Links to the right of this page include information on the nature of the work in each field, the employment outlook, wages, information on related occupations, and required training and necessary qualifications.
Career Links by Area of Study
- Information on Careers in the Biological Sciences - American Institute of Biological Sciences publications, public policy, education, peer review, public programs, and membership.
- Information on Careers in Chemistry - American Chemical Society meetings, membership, careers, education, Journals, and Symposium Series.
- Information on Careers in Computer Science - Career Pathways in Computer Science - Computing disciplines and majors, what computer professionals do, and FAQ's.
- Careers in Earth and Enviromental Sciences (EES) - CSU Fresno, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences website with listing of job search sites.
- Information on Careers in Geology - Data/reports, Geosciences careers, students and departments, classified ads, related sites, and the American Geological Institute (AGI).
- Preparing for a Career in Physics - Careers in physics, career guidance, physics job opportunities, publications, and
American Physical Society
- Psychology Career Center - Social Psychology Network - Job listings, student aid/internships, diversity resources and programs, career tips, graduate student information, and additional resources.
- Professional Science Master's Programs Nationwide
Professional Science Master's (PSM) are graduate degrees designed to allow students to pursue advanced training in science or mathematics, while simultaneously developing workplace skills valued by employers. PSM programs consist of two years of academic training in an emerging or interdisciplinary area, along with a professional component that may include internships and "cross-training" in workplace skills. All have been developed in concert with employers and are designed to dovetail into present and future professional career opportunities.
Sloan Career Cornerstone Center
The Sloan Career Cornerstone Center offers vast resources in over 185 degree fields. Within each area you'll find a profile of the field, and links to profiles of professionals working in each area. There are downloadable lists of employers and degree granting universities, salary data, links to professional associations, and descriptions of different types of academic degrees. You can also browse through an A to Z list of all fields below or search or subscribe to the Sloan Career Cornerstone Center Degree Field RSS Feed.
NIH Office of Science Education
Search Careers in Science and Health Care— Lots of useful information including interviews with practitioners!