me3®: Major and Career Quiz

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Explore your interests, your options, your future

Find a major, degree program and career that fits you with me3®, an online interactive major and career quiz. Easily explore majors and careers that fit your interests and passions. Then chart an academic pathway to find a degree program that leads to a career so you can design the future you want.

me3®: Major and Career Quiz

Take the me3® major and career quiz or learn more as a parent and educator

"I am very passionate about my major, taking this assessment reassured me that I am on the right career path.  I was skeptical at first whether me3 would work, but when it gave me a list with my major along with other majors I'm interested in, I realized this was a very useful tool for people who are undecided about what major they want to study."

Christian Monzon, Aerospace Engineering

take the visual quiz

Take the visual quiz

Start out by choosing images based on your interests.  It’s quick and easy.

rank matching careers

Rank matching careers

Your interests will match with a list of career options that you can rank in order of preference

connect to a major

Connect to a major

Then me3 ® will give you a list of majors that could lead you to that career.


Wondering how it works?

me3® is designed from research and a Euclidean distance matching algorithm. Basically, as you make choices in the visual quiz, me3® is calculating your RIASEC score which represents your levels of interest in data, things, people, and ideas. Then me3® compares your scores to those of more than 500 careers based on data provided by the U.S. Department of Labor. The results you see are the careers with scores that are most similar to your individual results.

The RIASEC model has been studied for almost 60 years and has more empirical support than any other career theory. A match between one’s interest code and related careers  has been linked to greater career stability and job satisfaction. Who doesn’t want that?

Find out more about this research


how does it work