Undergraduate Major Details
Community and Regional Development
What Can I Do With This Major?
About this major
The Community and Regional Development major is in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
A great starting point when you are unsure what careers relate to your academic interests. Check out specific job titles, work places and links to related professional organizations:
The following are examples of locations where students in this major have completed internships in past years. If you're a student thinking about participating in an internship, this list is a great place to start your search.
|American Council On Renewable Energy|
|Associated Students Dining Services|
|Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails|
|California Energy Commission|
|California Native Garden Foundation|
|CommuniCare Health Centers|
|Molecular Matrix, Inc.|
|Robert E. Willett Elementary School|
|Sacramento LGBT Community Center|
|State Board of Equalization (Sales and Use Tax Division)|
|Sutter Health / Medical Center, Sacramento / General Hospital|
|The Culture Co-op|
|UC Davis Blum Center for Developing Economies|
|UC Davis Center for Poverty Research|
|UC Davis Cross Cultural Center|
|UC Davis Department of Human and Community Development|
|UC Davis Internship and Career Center (ICC)|
|UC Davis Medical Center (UCDMC)|
|UC Davis Picnic Day|
|UC Davis School of Education|
|UC Davis Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS)|
|UC Davis Student Recruitment and Retention Center|
|UCDHS Emergency Medicine Research Associate Program|
|UCDMC Emergency Room|
|US Department of Housing and Urban Development|
Graduating Class Demographics
The following are self-reported data from the Internship and Career Center's First Destination Survey (FDS). The FDS provides a snapshot of what students in this major do directly following graduation. In some instances, the sample size is too small to report reliable results.
|Year||Graduating Class||Completed First Destination Survey||Response Rate|
Some graduates immediately enter the workforce, whereas others pursue further education. Some have different plans entirely. The table below details what students in this major typically do following graduation.
|Year||Employed*||Seeking Employment||Attending Graduate School||Other+|
|* Employment includes having any job, not just a full-time career-related position.
+ Other endeavors typically include traveling or family obligations.
Of those students from this major who enter the workforce, the table below lists their employer and job title. This list is not exhaustive, and is just meant to provide basic guidance to upcoming graduates looking to enter the workforce. Check out this diverse list of jobs, and then use it to start your own search.
|California Democratic Party||Regional Field Director|
|City of San Pablo||Administrative Intern|
|Davis Joint Unified School District||Educator|
|Room to Read||Assistant|
|TransChem Coatings||Administrative Assistant|
|University of California, Davis||Program Manager|
|University of California, Davis||Sustainability and Education Coordinator|
Salary Summary Statistics
The table below presents the salary distribution for recent graduates who reported full-time employment in the FDS. Salaries vary widely by position type and geography. Thus, the numbers below are a rough guide to what graduates in this major can expect to make in a 'typical' entry-level position.
|Year||Mean||Median||Minimum||Maximum||25th Percentile||75th Percentile|