This study examines the relations of self-efficacy about university student's decision on a course after graduation and present or future directed time perspective. As for the research of time perspective, it had been considered that it was desirable to have a concrete goal and a future course was actually decided. But, this research was conducted from the point of view that the present directed orientation is the more important than future concrete goals. Then, the relations of the time orientation and a self-efficacy about a decision on a course were examined. In the research 1, the targets were university students in 1^st and 2^nd grade. In the research 2, the targets were those who actually decided on a course and those who had not yet decided in the fourth grade of the university. The relations of the time orientation and the status of decision on a course were examined. The results showed that there were significant correlations between the self-efficacy and future-directed orientation. But, as for a feeling of the fulfillment, there was no correlation. On the other hand, there was correlation of both of a feeling of the fulfillment, and a self-efficacy between present-directed orientations. As for the student who didn't confirm a course at the fourth grade, the negatively past directional score was high. It was shown that the reception of one's past and present fulfillment were played important role in decision of life course.