Interest Area: Public Service/Policy
Below are sample lists of careers and majors commonly associated with Public Service/Policy. Please remember, many careers do not require a specific major; rather, employers are often more interested in the experiences you have had and the skills, interests, abilities, and strengths you have developed through these experiences that enhance your academic program. Use the links below to explore careers and majors.
If you need help organizing information, you may find the Majors Research Guide and/or Occupational Research Guide beneficial. The career coaches at the University Career Center are also available to help you explore your options. You can schedule an appointment online or by calling 785-864-3624.
- Auditor: Reviews, analyzes, and evaluates employees, systems, and processes in the company to ensure financial accuracy.
- City Manager: Oversees the departments, meetings or communication with the public, consultation with the city council or other elected officials, budgeting, and policy making.
- County Administrator: Implements policy passed by elected officials, runs daily operations, and prepares the annual budget of the county.