Explore Majors and Occupations
Choosing a major or occupation is often one of the first career decisions you will encounter as you move through the career development process. The Center for Leadership and Career Development understands that this choice can be both exciting and challenging to navigate, so we have provided a variety of tools and services to help you evaluate your values, interests, and skills and make a career decision.

Majors and Minors
LaGrange College offers more than 70 academic programs to help you reach your career and professional goals. Learn more about the options available to you on the Hill.
Career Assessments
FOCUS-2 is an online career and education planning system for helping you choose a major, build your career goals, and learn job information.


  • For first time users, on the FOCUS 2 website, click on “Register”
  • ACCESS CODE: panthers
  • New users fill out the requested information on the form and click CONTINUE
  • Returning users, log in with your username and password and then click CONTINUE
  • Use the Focus 2 Student Workbook for guiding questions and exercises
  • Discuss the results with a Career Counselor by contacting us at Careercenter@lagrange.edu to schedule a virtual appointment.

Online Resources

Career One Stop
Career exploration, training and job information sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.

O*NET Online
Occupational information for students and jobseekers. Useful for researching careers or building a resume.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
The OOH can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.